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Tackling Health Inequalities

LiLaC aims to produce evidence for public health actions that will tackle avoidable inequalities in health

School for Public Health Research

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NIHR SPHR

National Institute for Health Research School for Public Health Research

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NIHR CLAHRC

NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health, Research & Care

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Health Protection

NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Gastrointestinal Infections

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Get involved

Members of the public actively influencing the research that is carried out

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Public involvement with LiLaC's research

Public involvement is about members of the public actively influencing the research that is carried out. This can happen when members of the public are consulted about what topics should be researched, sit on a committee that provides advice to a research project, or work as researchers in a project team. People may be interested in getting involved in this way because they have experience as a patient, carer or service user of the issue being researched or if they live or work in a neighbourhood where research is being carried out. Below, are the opportunities for members of the public to get involved in LiLaC's research.

Communities in Control

A Resident Network has been set up to support public involvement with research in the Communities in Control study. It is open to members of the public living and working in any Big Local area.
Watch Michelle talking about the resident network’s activities in the video below.

To find out more about the network, visit the SPHR website.

Being a public adviser for NWC_CLAHRC

There are a range of ways that CLAHRC’s research projects involve members of the public who are living in or using health services in the north west. To find out more, watch the video below or visit the NWC_CLAHRC website

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