These interactive resources will help young people improve research.
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In this video from the inaugural Generation R meeting in 2013, YPAG members lead a discussion of why medical research is important.
This is a summary of a consultation by NIHR Clinical Research Network: Children.
This is a summary of a survey of young people to find out about ways of measuring hand and arm movements.
We play Pictionary using research concepts intead of the usual game cards, allocated to different levels of difficulty.
This is a group activity that tests young people#’s knowledge about health research, as well as their steadiness of hand!
This health research-themed puzzle was created by the London YPAG.
The Centre of the Cell produced this lesson plan for age 15-18 students. You can find this lesson plan by clicking here