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Researchers at St George’s are to begin running the latest University of Oxford-led Com-COV study, looking into different Covid-19 vaccination schedules for young people aged 12 to 16.
Our Public Engagement Champions Programme develops the next generation of public engagement scholars, role models and practitioners building an inclusive and effective culture of public engagement at the university and beyond. Thanks to funding from the Wellcome Trust, we are able to offer our staff the opportunity to take part in a structured development programme in public engagement in which participants are part of a community of practice, work with mentors, and receive support as they create and work on an innovative public engagement project.
Our Public Engagement Champions Programme began in 2019 and our current champions are Drs Cathy Moore, Jeff Saddington-Wiltshire, Duncan Barron and Rafiah Badat. Find out more about them and their work below.
Jeff explains his plan to explore student activities, like clubs, societies and voluntary groups and how they can play a part in public engagement.
Duncan and Rafiah talk about involving the public to help identify, prioritise and conduct health and social care research.
Cathy explains how she will be taking science into the streets of our local community for a 'Taste of Science'.
Dr Nellums talks about bringing migrant communities together with policy makers, healthcare providers, and third-sector groups.
The fact that no one escapes varying degrees of trauma in life has led Dr James Erskine to formulate a research program that focuses on building human capacity to cope effectively and openly face these events.
Dr Kubacki explains how her role as a champion has expanded her understanding of public engagement and enabled her to launch a project to enhance the clinical communications skills taught at St George's.
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