scultpures and mobiles from the Humans Make Plastic Workshop hanging on the wall

Humans Make Plastic…and then what?!

This Blog has been written by Camilla Brendon, a London based artist. Currently in residency at Chisenhale Studios in Tower Hamlets. Camilla worked with the…

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Make An Impression exhibition launch of 90 small scale black and white dry point etchings by young people from six colleges and schools across East London with support from UCL staff and Slade School of Fine Art students.
UCL North Cloister, 22, Gower St, London. 30/04/2019

Make an Impression: From Conception to Realisation

This blog has been written by Edinam Edem-Jordjie, a STEP Intern with the UCL East Community Engagement Team.  (STEP) ping into place In the North…

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Woman dancing in a crowd at the Janakpur Mela

Fun and games can prevent diabetes

This Blog has been written by Joanna Morrison, Senior Research Associate in the Institute for Global Health, and this project has taken place with funding…

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Figure 1: Skilled hands exercise: What’s important to you as a participant in the FNP?

“It did mean a lot”: What public engagement with teenage mothers taught us about our research.

This blog has been written by Dr. Katie Harron, Senior Lecturer and Sir Henry Wellcome Fellow based in the Child Health Informatics Group. Around 20,000…

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INGRAINED: putting public engagement at the heart of research

INGRAINED: putting public engagement at the heart of research

This blog has been written by Dr. Gemma Moore, Head of Evaluation in UCL Culture together with Marina Chang from the Calthorpe Project. This month…

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Group photograph of the BRIGHT project team, Keneba, The Gambia (2017)

Why the brain matters: Public Engagement in The Gambia

This blog has been written by Laura Katus,  PhD Student  in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry Section, based in UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child…

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The team in Nepal

‘More than just giving information’: Public engagement and diabetes awareness in Nepal

This Blog has been written by Beacon Bursary awardee Joanna Morrison, for a project working with 10 artists from the Janakpur Women’s Development Centre (JWDC)…

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Chris and Thomas' paper features in the latest edition of Rheumatology: Advances in Practice

Going Viral in Rheumatology – using social media to assess what patients with rare diseases think is important in medical research

In the Public Engagement Unit we often come across researchers developing new ways of having conversations with public and patient groups. I had a fantastic…

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Bangles and Bindhi’s: Engaging communities about child marriage in southern Nepal

Bangles and Bindhi’s: Engaging communities about child marriage in southern Nepal

This is a guest post written by Delan Devakumar, Dinesh Deokota, Sunita Thapa, Sophiya Dulal and Joanna Morrison about their Wellcome Trust funded engagement project in…

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