The ‘Patients as Partners to Improve Long Term Conditions Services’ (PIPPIN) study, based in two renal units in England, was an evaluation of different models of patient involvement. The research team included a lay co-researcher, who played an integral role in all stages of the research process. As part of this study, 33 interviews were conducted with haemodialysis patients and staff. The aim of this project is to conduct qualitative analysis of these interviews, in collaboration with the lay co-researcher, and to write up the findings in the form of a peer-reviewed publication.
|Short title||PIPPIN interview study|
|Effective start/end date||1/08/18 → 31/03/19|
- NIHR - National Institute for Health Research - Collaborations for Leadership In Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC): £7,169.00
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