@Rogue Debby CIC

Peer Support for the mental & physical symptoms in chronic illness

Turning challenges into change by getting involved in health data research

Discover the unique stories and perspectives of patients and members of the public in the HDR UK Voices community, learning how our voices are improving lives through health data research.
Tony Cope

Tony Cope

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science
Public Relations Officer Rogue Debby CIC

HDR UK involves members of the public from many different walks of life. Why do we choose to get involved, and why does health data research matter to us?
Find out what we have to say...

Image showing three people, the centre person is Tony Cope who is our Public Relations Officer, with the HDR UK team at the Houses of Parliament

Tony’s Story

Your voice, your story.

HDR UK Voices is a growing network of people who want to use their voices to help shape and influence our work. Each week, HDR UK Voices lets their network know about new opportunities they can get involved with across HDR UK. Each Participant plays a vital role in advising HDR UK  about how to access data, what research they feel matters and more by:

Providing insights via surveys and workshops
Sharing thoughts and ideas at local and national events
Contributing to specific projects and programmes

Why getting involved matters to our public contributors

We would not be where we are today without the fantastic help and support of patients and members of the public. Our Public Advisory Board makes sure HDR UK is driven to deliver benefits to patients and the public, whilst our HDR UK Voices network helps to shape and influence the work of HDR UK and our partner organisations.

Hear what our current members have to say, and see if getting involved in health data research is the right choice for you.

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Your voice, your story. Discover the unique stories and perspectives of patients and members of the public in the HDR UK Voices community, learning how their voices are improving lives through health data research.

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