YPAG Liverpool

These resources have been created by the Liverpool Young Persons’ Advisory Group.

Giving children and young people a voice in matters that concern them

An exciting new project that engages children and young people in research activities that concern them – a blog written by Lydia Brady (Member of GenerationR Liverpool YPAG)

A parent’s view of attending the International Children’s Advisory Network (iCAN) Summit – Edinburgh 2018

Reflections after attending the International Children’s Advisory Network (iCAN) Summit 2018 – a Parent’s view. Read more….

Parent’s required for Paediatric Intensive Care Unit study

Are you a parent whose child has been admitted to a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and required being tube fed through their stomach in the last 3 years? Read more …..

Creating a research Glossary with young people for young people

Creating a research glossary with young people for young people to help them understand research terms

Creating a paediatric research culture with children and young people at its heart

Young Research Ambassador’s Luca and Fathima promoting the role of young people in the design of health research to Health Research Authority Staff..

Our first Parent and Carer Research Forum Meeting

Welcome to the first blog of the Alder Hey Clinical Research Facility, Parent and Carer Research Forum.

New Youth & Family Participation Officer for Alder Hey Clinical Research Facility

Meet Sammy, Youth and Family Participation Officer for Alder Hey Clinical Research Facility.

Providing the tools to aid the decision to participate in health research.

Making the decision to take part in a trial can often be difficult and children and families are often faced with a plethora of information that may not make a great deal of sense. More often than not, the information they receive about a study is too long and complex, adding unnecessary barriers to participation. Find out what a team of researchers in York and Liverpool and patients and families are doing to overcome this challenge…

Living with an invisible illness – part 5

Read Part 5 of Sophie’s RAiISE Project and Progress

100,000 Genomes Project

Keith Wilson, Patient Research Ambassador visits the Liverpool YPAG to talk about the 100,000 Genomes Project