Patient and Public Involvement
Involving patients and the public in our research is vital for success. Your lived experiences give us valuable insights that traditional research misses out.
Your input in shaping research questions makes sure that they are relevant to real-world problems and priorities. It can also help us design studies which are feasible, acceptable and ethical, ensuring more people will take part and complete them.
At the end of the study, your insights in interpreting and sharing the results makes sure they are relevant and accessible to the communities they impact.
Ultimately, bringing scientists, patients and the public together brings better outcomes for all involved.
Here at the DTU we encourage public involvement and engagement with our research. There are many ways to get involved, explore further by clicking on one of the titles below.
What is diabetes and how is it treated.
Find out more about the kinds of research we do.
Important ways you can help our work as a public reviewer or committee member.