Exploring the potentials of Participatory Research & Community Engagement
This training, addressed exclusively to the research community that is part of the Network, has two sessions of a total of 7.5 hours that will address, on the one hand, the beginnings and evolution of co-directed research; and on the other hand, practical tools to include the vision of the affected person both in the methodological design and clinical trials and in the final analysis of the results obtained from research.
It is a course that will address the whole research process and will provide some keys to make the participation of the first person effective.
Social Integration Technician. Member of the Research Group on Mental Health in First Person (GR1P), a project promoted by the Catalan Federation of Mental Health Entities in First Person - VEUS.
Ramon y Cajal Researcher at the University of Barcelona. Member of the Research Group on Mental Health in the First Person (GR1P), a project promoted by the Catalan Federation of Mental Health Entities in the First Person - VEUS.