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  • Stroke Survivor and Carer Panel Recruiting Members

    Stroke Survivor and Carer Panel Recruiting Members

    Do you have lived experience of stroke as either a stroke survivor or a carer? Do you want to make sure that stroke services are equal and fair for all? Do you live in Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Doncaster, Rotherham or Sheffield? The South Yorkshire Integrated Stroke Delivery Network (SY ISDN) are recruiting for new members for the Stroke Survivor and Carer Panel. The closing date for applications is 9 September 2022

  • Interested in Consumer Research?

    Interested in Consumer Research?

    Have you ever wanted unbiased reviews, information and guidance on products and services based on research with disabled and older consumers? If so you may have come across the Research Institute for Disabled Consumers, which is looking for new panel members to join the other 2,600 people trying to make products and services more accessible and inclusive.

  • LEAP Panel Looking for Members

    LEAP Panel Looking for Members

    Have you received care from Sheffield Mental Health NHS Services in the last five years? Are you interested in joining a Lived Experience Advisory Panel ( LEAP ) for an NHS research project on improving mental health services for people from ethnic minority backgrounds?It is hoped that the first LEAP panel will be taking place in the last week of July on a weekday with a mix of people in terms of age, gender, sexuality and ethnicity.

  • Could you be a Panel Member for the Dignity Awards?

    The Dignity Awards panel are looking to recruit new members and expand the awards into other statutory organisations. Panel members are experts by experience and their role is to shape and co-produce the Dignity Awards process and screen nominations with the Council’s Practice Development Team.

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