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Our London YPAG meeting in May by Oceiah

On Saturday the 6th May we had another exciting and packed meeting. Two researchers from the Institute of Child Health showed us a video about illnesses which involved two teens talking about their hospital visits. The researchers asked YPAG’s ideas how to improve information for young people when they transition from child to adult health. […]

A London YPAG meeting: A brand new animation about the genome & more

Hi guys, Hope you are all well. We had another fabulous time at the YPAG meeting in March 2017, with some researchers from Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) attending and discussing some of their new research ideas like LUCY. The LUCY study or project, is a mental health service for young people. The researchers asked us for […]

Myth Busters: Research in the hospital

  Esme, Nicke and Freya explore research at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH). They talk to – patients Lottie and Ashley about what it is like to take part in research, – research nurses Amy and Kate about their job and – GOSH’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Peter Steer about why research is […]

Alexis writes about YPAG & what we do at meetings

Hi guys, My name is Alexis and I`m 9 years old.  Hope you’re well!  I`m part of a group called Young  Person’s Advisory Group at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. Yes, I know that the name is quite a mouthful, but that`s why we have a shortened version: YPAG. In YPAG we get to do a […]

Nottingham YPAG Meeting – Saturday 13th August 2016

Nottingham YPAG Meeting written by Beth, aged 12

Young people working with a Clinical Research Facility (NIHR Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility at Birmingham Children’s Hospital)

The West Midlands NIHR CNR West Midlands Young Person’s Steering Group have also been busy working with the NIHR Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. This has been a successful collaboration alongside the Research and Development Department at Birmingham Children’s Hospital You can read about this collaboration below: An example of a […]

Young People acting as Patient Research Ambassadors at Birmingham Children’s Hospital

The West midlands Young Person’s Steering Group have been working hard with the Research and Development Department at Birmingham Children’s Hospital to become “Patient Research Ambassadors.” FILM:You can find out more about the Patient Research Ambassador Initiative and how Young people can be involved at your organisation by clicking here… Recently, one of the members […]

Why Research Delivery Teams are so Important to Research

The West Midlands Young Person’s Steering Group recently made a film about the Importance of Research Delivery Teams. Without these dedicated research delivery teams across the UK, important research wouldn’t be possible.

Representing Generation R at the International Children’s Advisory Network Event (iCAN) in Barcelona – July 2016

International Children’s Advisory Network (iCAN), Barcelona, June 2016 In June 2016, Claire Callens (NIHR CRN West Midlands Patient and Public Involvement Officer) attended the International Children’s Advisory Network (iCAN), 5 day Research and Advocacy Summit in Barcelona. Claire Callens who co-leads and facilitates the NIHR Clinical Research Network West Midlands, Young Persons’ Steering Group was […]

Helping To Raise Awareness about Research into Children and Young People’s Mental Health

Shout Out For Youth Mental Health Mia, a member of the Network’s Young Persons’ Steering Group writes: On Tuesday 7 June, five of us from the Group were lucky enough to attend the ‘Shout Out For Youth Mental Health’ conference day in Birmingham. There were many inspirational speakers that we heard from, who had come […]