Online peer-led focus groups

 is an opportunity for people with shared commonalities to connect and discuss research which directly involves their broader peer groups.

• These bespoke focus groups can discuss questions which are co-designed by (but not guided by) reputable research groups, to enhance the lived experience of the focus group and their peers.

 is hosted by a Peer with Lived Expertise.

Peer Groups (people with shared commonalities) benefit from participating by building confidence and interpersonal connections plus enhancing self-advocacy skills.

Research and Health Organisations who are looking to better support their constituents1 also benefit from the process of conducting a  by collecting non biased research.

- Professor Natasha Lannin (PhD, BSc, GCIS, FAOTA, FOTARA)


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