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Participatory Arts in Health and Care Research

Made By Mortals PAIR up with research groups and underrepresented communities across the Northwest to change how public engagement is done. PAIR stands for Participatory Arts in Health and Care Research and will provide innovative arts approaches within the Public and Person Involvement and Engagement process, also known as PPIE. The team behind PAIR believe […]

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Don’t Stop Me Now!

Made By Mortals helps their community support people to live positively with dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairments. Last year we coproduced an immersive audio case study called ‘Ruby and Dennis’ Story’ as part of our award-winning Hidden programme. Working in partnership with Together Dementia Support and Dementia United we also coproduced a resource with/for people

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Understand mental health illness with Armchair Adventures 🤍

Mental health illness can be tricky to understand if we’ve not had experience of it ourselves. In ‘An Inside Nanna’s Head Adventure’, lead adventurer Connie wants to understand her Nanna’s mental health illness and find out what she can do to help. It seems so different to when her family have been poorly before, so

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Download our Round Table discussion: The challenges and benefits of innovating within healthcare research

In November, Made by Mortals brought together a brilliant panel of academics, researchers and the participatory arts community to open up a discussion about how together we can innovate more within healthcare research.  The event was called Bringing People’s Experience to Life and we were joined by delegates from all over the North West and

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New speakers announced for our innovative PPIE event!

We are beyond thrilled to announce two more panellists for our upcoming PPIE event for the research community – Bringing People’s Experience to Life.   Jess Drinkwater, a GP and clinical lecturer at the University of Manchester, and Annie Keane PhD and Manager at Vocal (Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust) will now join our

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