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How are the public involved in the BRC?

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Public members are involved in many ways in the Birmingham BRC. They contribute to individual studies and activities in our research themes as part of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) groups we run. Public members support the governance and central operations of the BRC organisation.

Some of our groups meet up regularly, whilst others only once or twice a year. To include everyone who wants to get involved with our research, we hold meetings and events in-person and online and at different times of the day, to try to meet everyone’s needs.