This material that’s been tagged as suitable for young people aged 12-15 years.
A big thank you to GOSH YPAG member Teo who hosted @ GreatOrmondSt Twitter account, to give visitors the inside scoop of the day’s activites at this year’s NIHR GOSH BRC Family Fun Day for research on 26 October 2019. Teo is a dedicated YPAG member and has been involved in lots of other activities to represent […]
Hello, how are you? In case you are wondering I am fine. School has been great; I shall inform you what has happened in the last YPAG session which was on July 6th 2019 Making a new video to explain Gene Therapy Linda Von Neree, (the old GOSH YPAG Lead, whom now works in patient […]
Our May YPAGne meeting had a strong emphasis on technology. Dr Heather Lambert came to discuss the increasing problem of young adults forgetting to take their medication, due to changes in their lifestyle. Researchers have developed an Aparito app prototype to help children with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) remember to take their medication. They asked […]
In February 2019, NHS Trusts, researchers and patients across the Kent, Surrey and Sussex region came together to celebrate the excellent health and social care research taking place across the NIHR Clinical Research Network. The awards were presented by Sine Littlewood, head of NIHR CRN business development and marketing, Dr Kate Jones, KSS CRN chief […]
Kate Frost is the new Head of Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPI&E) for the Nottingham Bio-medical Research Centre, Clinical Research Facility and Research and Innovation
Celebrating a year since the inaugural session of our YPAG in November 2017, the greatest number of young people ever attended the meeting – 20 – including five new young people. Welcome!
Hello everyone I hope you have had a happy Christmas, here is my blog from the last YPAG Meeting. ‘Research on a new blood test to help diagnose sepsis and serious infections in paediatric emergency departments’ At the last YPAG, we had in attendance researchers from Great North Children’s Hospital. They said: Doctors don’t always […]
14 young people turned up after the summer break, including Malak who, having turned 8 years old a couple of days earlier, was able to join her older brothers Mustafa and Marwan. Professor Paul Seddon welcomed the young people and the Parents and Carers and reminded everyone of the way in which YPAG operates (ground […]