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Involving People in Research

We advise researchers, consumers and community members on the how and why of implementing consumer and community involvement.

Your Voice Counts

We bring together consumers, community members and researchers to make decisions about health research priorities, policy and practice.

We support consumer and community involvement to become standard practice in health research.

We promote the community ‘voice’ in health research through our services, resources, events and training programs.

Current Involvement Opportunities

Applications close 26 April 2019

Reporting on Quality of Life after being an inpatient at Fiona Stanley Hospital

Would you like hospitals to know whether or not your quality of life improved after being an inpatient?

Researchers at Fiona Stanley Hospital are looking for two consumers to join their research team to develop an easy to use system/tool to survey patients about their Quality of Life.

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Applications close 26 April 2019

Let’s get children exercising

Are you concerned about your child's inability to exercise and the consequences for their future health with regards to weight gain. Murdoch University researchers have designed a program to support young people to enjoy exercising. They are looking for two parents and four young people to join their research team.

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How do I update my Password and User Preferences?

As a user with an account on the Involving People in Research site this directly impacts how we use your data, and handle data security. The changes to the Privacy Policy …

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Australian publications

Australian authors have published a wealth of articles about consumer and community involvement. Working with the community to identify research priorities for family and domestic violence Fisher C., McKenzie A., …

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