About this page
This page is to help promote the Be Part of Research website. We want to make it possible for anyone and everyone who wants to be involved in research to get the chance to.
We are happy to provide a supply of printed materials free of charge to enable organisations, including GPs, pharmacies, libraries and other community organisations to promote our website.
To order larger quantities of materials or if you need further support email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To make a suggestion for new resources or materials please email email@example.com.
Leaflets and posters
Ideal for waiting rooms and events, this leaflet explains what Be Part of Research is all about and how patients and the public can get involved.
Young persons leaflet
A leaflet designed and tailored specifically for young adults and children around the benefits of taking part in research. Ideal for college and school events or waiting rooms.
Easy read leaflet
The easy read version of our general leaflet is produced in an accessible format and is designed for people with a learning disability.
Leaflet for researchers
This leaflet for researchers explains how to add a study by registering with ISRCTN or clinicaltrials.gov along with some top tips.
A series of 5 posters promoting getting involved in research. An A3 version is also available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This handy size card is ideal to give out at events or leave in waiting areas. It gives the key points and the main contacts. The image link will take you to the NIHR online resources page so you can order them.
Slides for waiting room screens
Videos and animations
Be Part of Research animation (81 seconds)
This animation explains why it's important that we all consider taking part in research. To share or download the animation, click on the video and use the functionality in YouTube.
Different ways to take part animation (59 seconds)
There are many different ways to take part in research. It could involve a questionnaire, focus group, lifestyle activity or doing something physical. Our short animation delivers this important message.
To share or download, click on the video and use the functionality in YouTube.