YPAG Liverpool

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

Back to school – who asked the students?

Read about Freya’s research project about young people’s views on returning to school during the pandemic.

Making a difference to children’s health research

Hear from Daisy about the impact young people are having on the design of children’s health research.

YEAH project – co-creating health research education with young people

Youngsters EngAgement in Health (YEAH) project officially launched.

Health Tech Workshop Event Report

Hot off the press! Read our report – Young people shaping healthcare technology research

GOSH YPAG member Teo takes over twitter at the NIHR GOSH BRC Family Fun Day for research 2019

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 […]

Raising Awareness of Antibiotic Resistance with children and young people

What is Antibiotic Resistance? – a young person led drama and arts project for children and young people

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