• 6 February 2020
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Invitation to tender: evaluating THIS Institute’s engagement and involvement strategy

THIS Institute is seeking a provider to undertake an evaluation of our engagement and involvement strategy to help us understand its overall impact.

Evaluating engagement and involvement strategy

THIS Institute is seeking a provider to undertake an evaluation of our engagement and involvement strategy. The evaluation will help the institute understand the overall impact of our engagement and involvement activities. It should also provide valuable learning for the wider healthcare research field about how to effectively engage and involve patients, carers, NHS staff and the wider public in research.

Our research involves working directly with NHS patients and staff, as well as with academics and the public, with the aim of providing clarity on what works, what doesn’t, and why. We hope that close working with those who deliver and receive healthcare will help support the relevance of its research and ultimately its impact. Against this context, THIS Institute wishes to evaluate progress against the goals and objectives set out in the institute’s engagement and involvement strategy.

Existing evaluation frameworks focus on patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) in research. There is little in the academic literature on evaluating NHS staff engagement in healthcare research. Through our evaluation, we would like to build that evidence base with an equal emphasis on the involvement and engagement of both patients and the public and NHS staff in healthcare improvement studies.

How to apply for this tender

Applicants need to register on the University of Cambridge InTend portal and complete the pre-qualification application by 24 February 2020.

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Question & answer webinar

We will be hosting a Q&A webinar to discuss the tender on Thursday 13 February from 2pm - 3pm.

*** The webinar has now taken place, please watch the recording below.***

 

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