Notes from the field of public involvement

Friday, 01 October 2004

How the medical research agenda should be shaped in Britain

The following appeared in BMJ today. Know any likely candidates? If so, skates on as closing date is short.

Wanted: enthusiastic members of the public interested in having their say about how the medical research agenda should be shaped in Britain. The Medical Research Council is inviting people to join two public involvement advisory groups that have been set up to expand the MRC's work on public health and research issues. Topics influenced to date include strategies for research into autism, Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease, and stem cell science. For more information email fatima.deabreu [at] headoffice.mrc.ac.uk by 8 October

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