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Involving marginalised groups in research – networking event

ARC NENC Inequalities and Marginalised Communities Theme 

Involving marginalised groups in research – networking event

Wednesday 23 November, 2022

This event has now ended. You can view the speakers list and download the presentations and posters that were shared, below.

If you have any questions please email victoria.morgan@newcastle.ac.uk

Public involvement and community engagement 

  • ARC NENC PICE and launch of the NIHR Community Engagement toolkit (Felicity Shenton, Public Involvement & Community Engagement Manager at ARC NENC)
  • Supporting partnerships between VCSE organisations and researchers for the purpose of health and wellbeing research (Greta Brunskill, VONNE – Voluntary Organisations Network North East)
  • ARC Public Advisory Network (Steven Takunda)
  • Participatory action research philosophy to co-create a research proposal (Dr Karen Morris, University of Cumbria)

Learning disabilities 

  • Creative Health Awareness Training (The Lawnmowers Independent Theatre Company)
  • Does everyone get to steer the steering group? Shared project experiences from HOME: HOusing instability for people with a learning disability in NENC: understanding systeMs through knowledge Equality (Dr Simon Hackett, Newcastle University)
  • A slice of PICE: A reflection on implementing PICE with people with learning disability (Dr Dale Metcalfe, Northumbria University)

Multiple and complex exclusions   

  • Co-creating research on multiple disadvantage and health (Professor Sheena Ramsay, Newcastle University  and Joanne Kennedy, Expert by Experience)
  • Access to health and social support services for women with multiple and complex needs – an intersectional analysis (Joanne McGrath, Northumbria University)
  • Joined up Northeast: LGBTQIA+ and experience of multiple exclusion, discrimination or being overlooked (Mark Adley, Newcastle University)
  • Health Inequalities in the age of Covid 19: Towards fairer health for disadvantaged communities (including those of Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (Vicki Harris, Connected Voice Haref)