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By getting involved in research you can help ensure that future research programmes meet the needs of those affected by brain tumours. Through ensuring that we hear the views of those affected as well as researchers and clinicians, together we can make sure that research remains relevant and reflects the needs of our community.
Your experience of living with a brain tumour or caring for a loved one can provide a vital and different perspective to researchers when shaping or evaluating new programmes of research. You don't need to know about research or have an in-depth understanding – you will bring a wealth of information through your experience and the perspective that this will bring – this cannot be underestimated and is extremely valuable.
You will have the opportunity to participate in research in many different ways. These could include:
Anyone who has either been diagnosed with a brain tumour or has cared or is caring for someone with a brain tumour.
You don't need a scientific or research background; you are an expert through your experiences and your contribution is invaluable whatever your background.
We ask that you are able to:
We will provide you with the support that you need to take part and try to accommodate people as much as possible to ensure that we get a wide range of views in everything that we do. Our Support & Information Team are here to answer any questions you may have about the projects that you are asked to take part.
To apply to be part of the Research Involvement network please complete the application form below. Once you have submitted this form, you will be contacted by someone from the charity within three working days.
You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions and we will gladly assist in any way possible.