Author: National Institute for Health ad Care Research

Resource Type: Guidance & toolkit

Categories: Coproduction, Remuneration

Publishing body: National Institute for Health and Care Research

This guidance has been compiled for a wide audience, but in particular it will be of value to:

  • researchers who need to cost public involvement activities at any stage of the research process
  • anyone in a professional role involved in costing public involvement, advising researchers on budgeting for involvement or who has an interest in the topic
  • public contributors who want to know how their involvement in research is costed
  • research advisors/ managers who provide guidance to the research community about involvement commissioners of research who invite funding applications from the research community reviewers and panel members who appraise research projects with costed involvement activities

NIHR has developed a separate guidance document aimed at public contributors, which you might also want to view.

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