Youth engagement and co-production is at the heart of eNurture
Meaningful engagement of young people in research requires the co-production of guidelines through a youth-led process. At eNurture we are passionate about youth engagement and we would like to invite young people to help us:
Create a co-produced framework for engagement with young people to be shared and implemented across eNurture
Agree how young people will be effectively supported to undertake their role/s within eNurture
This event is a collaborative project with the Association for Young People’s Health, it is open to eNurture Youth Panel members but also to any other young people aged 16-25 who are interested in mental health research. We would be very pleased to engage with youth involvement groups from other UKRI Mental Health Networks such as TRIUMPH or EMERGING MINDS.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come basis. Book your place by emailing the eNurture Youth Lead Sarah Doherty at email@example.com
If you have any dietary or access needs, please let us know.
We will cover transport costs and provide lunch and refreshments.
We will be in contact regarding successful and unsuccessful applications prior to this event. We are inviting all applicants , successful and unsuccessful for this round, to attend this event to help you work on applications details for the current and future research funding calls.
Lunch and refreshment will be provided.
To book your place email Carmel Stevenson at C.Stevenson@sussex.ac.uk
Please let Carmel know about any dietary requirements.
Applicants for this first round of funding applications are kindly asked to keep May 22nd available on their dairies. An invitation only network event will take place a the University of Sussex to help finalise shortlisted applications. This will be a feedback event and opportunity to revise applications specific to eNurture objectives.