What questions should we ask researchers who are looking for people to actively involve in their research?
Many charities are approached by researchers who want to find people to actively involve in their research. These charities often ask researchers to complete an application form to help them to decide whether to share this request with their networks, and if so, what information to share.
A group of charities called the Charities Research Involvement Group has produced a draft list of questions that we think should be included in such a form.
We really want to make sure that the questions we ask researchers will give us the answers that people like you need to enable you to make a decision about whether you’d want to get involved or not. So we would welcome your views on the draft list of questions.
It would be great to have your views, if possible by 30th August.
If you are interested in reviewing this document, please email Anna Lakey to request a copy.