The term lay person means a non-professional. In research, it refers to the people who are neither academic researchers nor health or social care professionals.
A lay summary is a brief summary of a research project or a research proposal that has been written for members of the public, rather than researchers or professionals. It should be written in plain English, avoid the use of jargon and explain any technical terms that have to be included.
A person who gives written informed consent on behalf of a vulnerable subject in a CTIMP
|Letters of Access||
Letters of access enable NHS employees or staff with an honorary clinical contract (e.g. clinical academics) with one NHS organisation to conduct research in another NHS organisation.
|Longitudinal Case Study||
Is a study which monitors a patient' health and wellbeing as it alters over time.