Our YPAG aims to make child health research even better.
This short video tells you what the YPAG does, why the young people wanted to get involved and how it benefits health care.
“Wow, really interesting comments and some things I would never have thought of. Had a bit of a giggle at some things but this all seems very useful. Let’s hope they allow some changes!”
“I enjoyed the Young Persons Advisory Group last week.”
“The kids were great, and very engaged – many thanks”
“We got some useful input and ideas”
“We were listening (to the young person’s advisory group) intently and taking their comments really seriously – and finding them incredibly helpful”
“I can honestly say that this is some of the best feedback I have ever received (from the YPAG) – thank you for sending it on to me. I have printed the target out and its now stuck up above my desk! I have really enjoyed both of the sessions I have done with the YPAG, they are an amazing bunch of people and very enthusiastic”
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 […]
A summary of what two of Bristol YPAG’s members REALLY think of your research proposals
Nuffield Council on Bioethics report