Public involvementCommunities in Control study
CiC Resident network
A Resident Network supports public involvement in the Communities in Control study. We hope that by working with the public and practitioners to design the research and disseminate our findings, this will mean that the research can be of wider benefit for Big Local areas, communities and public health practitioners.
Watch the videos or read the case studies to learn about the experiences of residents and researchers involved with the Communities in Control study.
Community researchers were involved in developing and testing a tool to carry out an audit of their local area.
Read about public perspective on public health – a blog from the International Festival of Public Health.
In this video, Michael, a public adviser to the Communities in Control study reflects on his experiences of involvement.
In this video, Michelle from the CiC team discusses the importance of public involvement for the research