There are a number of different ways in which patients, service users, carers and family members can get involved in the work of ARC South London.

Examples of ways to get involved include:

  • Join an advisory group of patients or service users who use specialist services
  • Join our Involvement Learning Network
  • Participate in public events designed to create spaces for learning and reflection
  • Share your experiences of care and services to help generate new areas of enquiry
  • Give feedback on the design of new research trials or new technologies
  • Contribute to the development of new strategies for engaging the public.  

Lana Samuels (pictured above) speaking about the importance of patient and public involvement in research at a public event.

Find out more

To find out about more about areas of research that interest you and opportunities to be involved, please visit our Research & Implementation section of the website.  

You can also get in touch with Savi Hensman, our patient and public involvement coordinator (savitri.hensman@kcl.ac.uk) and sign up to our involvement newsletter -Together in research

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