About the event
Dr Sharon Grieve from the University of the West of England will talk about how you can be involved in chronic pain research and share ideas on how we can offer this opportunity to under-represented groups.
We want our public involvement network for chronic pain research to be as diverse as possible, so the research is informed by a range of voices. If you have experience of living with chronic pain, or care for someone who does, we’d be delighted for you to join our network.
Dr Sharon Grieve is a Research Fellow at the University of the West of England. She is a member of the team leading on the public involvement aspects of the Consortium to Research Individual, Interpersonal and Social influences in Pain (CRIISP) which is part of the Advanced Pain Discovery Platform, funded by UK Research & Innovation and Versus Arthritis.
CRIISP comprises researchers across eleven UK universities alongside people who have lived experience of chronic pain. The consortium is working to improve understanding of how people’s thoughts and feelings, personal relationships and lifestyle – and other ‘psychosocial factors’, can affect chronic pain.
Join People in Health West of England (PHWE) for this researcher coffee morning, ask questions, give feedback and engage with research projects happening in your local area.
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To join PHWE’s researcher coffee morning use the Zoom link below.