We advise researchers, consumers and community members on the how and why of implementing consumer and community involvement.
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.
Researchers from Curtin University are looking for people with an interest in mental health or a lived experience of mental illness to form a Reference Group. The groups role will be to consult on an online course being developed to educate University students in how to recognise the signs of suicide risk in their peers and strategies for managing mental health.Find out more
Would you like to have input into a newly established Consumer Reference Group aimed at people who live with acute and chronic diseases? Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are looking for 12 people to join the new Reference Group to support the following areas of health research.
We need Consumers with a variety of lived experiences, in particular short or long term health issues associated with the following areas of health:
Are you interested in the safer use of antibiotics? Many people believe they have an allergy to antibiotics (like penicillin) but have never been tested. If you, or someone in your family suspects they have an allergy to antibiotics, then we'd love to hear from you!
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., …Read more