In this seminar, researchers and members of the public involved in ARC South London's work will show how they are developing and using participatory and community-based approaches to ensure that the organisation's research tackles health inequalities.

There will be presentations from:

  • ARC South London’s Public Research Panel, which was set up in January 2021 to provide expert input and advice from diverse local communities, to support co-production for research studies from start to finish, and to propose new ideas for research.
  • ARC’s South London's maternity and perinatal mental health team who will discuss how they have sought to involve and engage diverse local communities to co-produce research, including using participatory appraisal methods.

After the presentations, there will be an opportunity to discuss in small groups some of the important questions and issues highlighted.

The seminar will be chaired by Ranjeet Kaile, Director of Communications, Stakeholder Engagement and Public Affairs at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. 

Read the programme.

We hope you can join us.

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