Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) is gaining momentum in Ireland and is of increasing relevance to many health stakeholders.
The IPPOSI patient education programme is designed to enable and empower patients and patient advocates to work effectively with Irish and EU-level health research & technology partners, agencies & authorities.
Are you (or your patient group) interested in becoming more involved in clinical trial design, the regulation of medicines or medical devices, or in how the Irish state assesses new health technologies?
Then this year-long, e-learning programme is for you! Apply via the link above.
The 2021 IPPOSI Patient Education Programme is supported by the Health Research Board (Grant Number: IPPOSI-2020-1), as well as in-kind resources from IPPOSI and the 2021 Programme Education Partners:
- University College Dublin Clinical Research Centre (UCD CRC)
- The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA)
- The Discipline of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Trinity College Dublin (TCD), in association with the National Centre for Pharmacoeconomics (NCPE) and the Health Information & Quality Authority (HIQA)
The programme is inspired by IPPOSI’s continued involvement in, and partnership with, the European Patients Academy in Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI)