Make a difference in health research

Date and time
Saturday, 10 June 2017
1:00pm to 5:00pm
Governors' Hall, St Thomas’ Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH

For more information, please contact Tom Bragg at or call 020 7188 8484.

Register for the 'People are Messy' film screening and research fair.


Find out how you can help plan and design tomorrow’s health research at our Research in the Community event.

Clinical Research Networks from across London will be jointly hosting a film screening and research fair, sharing the importance of clinical research and raising awareness of how to get involved.

This free event is part of the new ‘I Am Research’ campaign, recently launched by the National Institute for Health Research which aims to raise awareness of the benefits of research and the positive impact it has on people's lives.

The film to be shown is a Theatre of Debate production entitled ‘People are Messy’. After the hour long screening there will be a facilitated discussion that aims to engage the audience on the topic of patient and public involvement in health research.

Alongside the screening, the research fair will feature a range of interactive stands and talks showcasing the diversity of health and social care research taking place in London and the benefits it brings to patients and the public.

The event is open to everyone, and will be of particular interest to people already involved in research and those new to patient and public involvement. Lunch will be provided and there will be further talks, interactive research activities, and plenty of opportunity to discuss research with a host of research professionals and participants.

Register for the 'People are Messy' film screening and research fair.