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One of our key principles around involving people with arthritis in our research activities is to ensure that they feel supported. To ensure that our patient insight partners have the tools available to undertake the tasks we ask of them, we've developed a series of resources and pulled together a list of helpful reference documents and web links. 


We know that research applications aren’t always written in accessible language  so we’ve put together a glossary of terms (PDF 433 KB) to support people when reviewing and evaluating applications.

NIHR patient and public involvement learning zone

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have developed a learning zone with a variety of resources for patient and public involvement (and engagement) including online courses and information around involvement in clinical trials.

INVOLVE resources

INVOLVE is the national advisory group for public involvement in research in the UK. The INVOLVE website includes many resources for researchers and members of the public around health and social care research, including involvement cost calculators and training for the public

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Arthritis Research UK fund research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis. You can support Arthritis Research UK by volunteering, donating or visiting our shops.