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Patient and Public Involvement in Palliative Care Research - 10am to 2.30pm

Friday 20th April

The University of Sheffield is holding an event focusing on how to involve patients and public in health research. There will be workshops, presentations from researchers and service users, and will celebrate the work of our successful local service user panel – the Palliative Care Studies Advisory group. The event is open to anyone who has an interest in, or experience of, palliative care or hospice.

The Event takes place at the Quaker Meeting House Sheffield.

For more information view the event poster here, or view the event web page here.

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