Meaningful stakeholder involvement in behaviour change research with traditionally marginalised groups
  • Room 3.06 South Cloisters, St Luke's Campus, Exeter University (with video conferencing links to Room F083, Knowledge Spa, Truro)

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Welcome to a stimulating and interesting seminar on involvement, organised by the PenCLAHRC PPI team. Today's speakers are Dr Lynne Callaghan and Dr Tom Thompson from Plymouth University.

Dr Lynne Callaghan is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences. Lynne has worked on a number of pedagogic research projects prior to attaining her current position. Lynne continues to teach within the School of Psychology and supervises undergraduate projects in social and health psychology.

Dr Tom Thompson is a Research Fellow in the Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry where he is involved in several successful grants covering various aspects of addiction and health behaviour research.

Please email to register your interest.


The NIHR CLAHRC South West Peninsula (also known as PenCLAHRC) is the National Institute of Health Research's (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) for the South West Peninsula, and is a partnership between Plymouth University, the University of Exeter and NHS organisations across Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. It was first established in 2008 and is funded from the NIHR until December 2018. PenCLAHRC is part of a national network of 13 NIHR-funded CLAHRCs.

Visit the University's PenCLAHRC webpage for further information.

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