Join our growing collaboration network

Members of the public have been asking research communities to work more collaboratively for years - now we have the mechanism to do this.

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Connecting the dots

Voice® is collaborating with organisations across the UK who see the value in meaningful patient & public involvement in research. With our combined knowledge and resources, we can together create a much greater impact to benefit both research and society.

We provide ‘one front door’ for people to easily access & influence research and innovation at multiple organisations. We make getting involved easy.

Access to Voice® support

The network increases capacity, capability & knowledge transfer for public & patient involvement & engagement (PPIE) in research.

  • Meet our thriving, international community of public, patients and carers
  • Join a network with decades of experience and ‘how to’ knowledge
  • Technical and training support all included
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Manage your public involvement programmes from one platform

  • Admin dashboards to enable you to create and manage activities and content
  • Each of your research centres, schools or faculties have their own dashboards with tailor made permissions
  • Reporting and analytics for all your organisation’s activity across the platform

Benefit from our collective influence

  • Membership to the ever-expanding VCN-UK providing opportunities to share knowledge and learning, as well as to encourage collaboration between network members
  • Come together with network members to shape and deliver the VCN-UK strategy and objectives
  • Have a say on our continuous evolution – let’s make more happen together
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"In addition to our local networks, Voice provides BU researchers with access to an extensive community of people with a wide range of lived experiences. Voice is an important tool in enabling us to harness lived experience expertise in health and social care research."

Dr Mel Hughes | Academic Lead for PIER Partnership, Bournemouth University