Community health services

This project will establish a PPI (patient and public involvement) advisory panel to a three-year research study examining how adult community health services influence and affect use of hospital-based services.

It is being led by a team of researchers at The University of Manchester. Results of the study will be used to help inform community services for the future.


  • Aged 18+
  • Have lived experience of using an adult community health service (eg district nursing, podiatry, occupational therapy, physiotherapy etc)


  • Online (via Zoom) or in-person at The University of Manchester.


  • Attending and contributing to a PPI advisory panel.
  • It is estimated the panel will meet up to three times a year over a three-year period.
  • Participants will receive £25 per hour for their attendance/reading, plus travel expenses (where appropriate).

Recruiting until

  • 5 March 2023

Want to take part or learn more?