Are you involved with animal research in the UK and working on questions that affect human health?
Are you interested in what conversations with patients or carers might offer your research? Or do you think patient involvement with biomedical research is not a current priority? Could you spare 10 mins to answer a short survey?
Professor Gail Davies and Dr Rich Gorman (University of Exeter) are conducting research as part of the Animal Research Nexus project to understand the opportunities and challenges associated with patient and public involvement within biomedical research and help support meaningful conversations around animal research.
We’re interested in hearing from those who carry out, or support, animal research and would like to invite you to take part in a short questionnaire (it should take no more than 10 minutes) that will help us make recommendations about the future of patient and public involvement with animal research. No prior knowledge of this field is assumed and we are interested in a wide range of views. Our work is primarily focused on the UK, but we would welcome wider perspectives. The results of this short survey will be posted on our website. The survey will close on the 10th of July.
Thank you very much for your time. We look forward to hearing your thoughts.