Cancer Research UK Patient Involvement Prize, deadline 9 April
4 March 2020
Public Engagement - awards
Cancer Research UK invites nominations for its patient involvement prize that recognises an individual or team that involves people affected by cancer in the design, development or delivery of cancer research in a high quality and meaningful way. There is a £1000 cash prize.
Cancer Research UK invites nominations for its patient involvement prize. This recognises an individual or team that involves people affected by cancer in the design, development or delivery of cancer research in a high quality and meaningful way.
The winner may be asked to give a public lecture, host a patient engagement activity, write a public-facing article for CRUK or undertake a similar task.
Nominees must be living at the time of nomination. Individuals may self-nominate. They must be in receipt of, or have been supported either directly or indirectly by CRUK funding. There are no restrictions on their current geographical location, but a significant proportion of their patient involvement work should have taken place in the UK. Institutions and organisations are not eligible.
The prize is worth £1,000 and may be used to support, develop or extend patient involvement activity, or to undertake training relating to patient involvement.
Deadline is 3pm (BST) on 9 April
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