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The BMJ has long campaigned for better patient and public participation in research, making the case that it leads to better outcomes for patients and for society - but an article published in the Christmas edition of The BMJ goes further than that - and talks about the insights that participants in research provide- insights that the academic team would never be able to have themselves.

In this podcast, Seb Crutch a professor of neuropsychology, and Martin Rossor, national director for dementia research - who have been involved in neurological research as academics, and also by Valerie Mansfield, who’s a member of a patient support group, discuss how the scientific establishment can recognise those invaluable insights.

Read the full article:
https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4478

The BMJ has long campaigned for better patient and public participation in research, making the case that it leads to better outcomes for patients and for society - but an article published in the Christmas edition of The BMJ goes further than that - and talks about the insights that participants in research provide- insights that the academic team would never be able to have themselves.

In this podcast, Seb Crutch a professor of neuropsychology, and Martin Rossor, national director for dementia research - who have been involved in neurological research as academics, and also by Valerie Mansfield, who’s a member of a patient support group, discuss how the scientific establishment can recognise those invaluable insights.

Read the full article:
https://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4478

26 min

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