Projects which Purple Pen have worked on from 2016 to present
2020-2025 We are delivering programme and stakeholder management services and our leading on patient and public involvement and engagement throughout the programme. This study is an NIHR-funded research programme.
2021-2022 We are conducting an independent review of BHIVA’s community, including its membership and subcommittees. The review explores identity, lived experiences, and characteristics of the broad BHIVA community, as well as BHIVA’s culture, communications and activities and includes design, deployment and analysis of an online survey plus interviews with members of the BHIVA community.
2016-2021 We delivered programme and stakeholder management services for this programme and lead engagement and dissemination activities including those available via The LUSTRUM YouTube Channel and the study webpage . This was an NIHR-funded research programme.
Health Protection Research Unit on Blood Borne and Sexually Transmitted Infections
2020-2021 We worked with the research translation team to co-produce PHE/UKHSA national guidance and an audio-visual resource based on the study findings to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of people from a Black Caribbean background. The resources outline system-wide implications for policy and practice and recommends key priorities and areas for action. This study is an NIHR-funded research programme.
2019 We supported programme and stakeholder manager, including the design, analysis and reporting of a consultation survey. This study is funded by the Wellcome Trust with contributions from the Economic and Social Research Council and the National Institute of Health Research.
2018-2019 We supported the design of the symposium, presented on inequalities in sexual health outcomes and coordinated roundtable discussions to inform an event report following Back2Blaque. This initiative was funded by Gilead Pharmaceuticals and delivered by Naz Project London.
Health Innovation Network - National Clinical Audit feasibility study methodology
2018 We co-developed a National Clinical Audit feasibility study methodology for venous thromboembolism prevention. This involved broad stakeholder and programme management consulting.
Naz Project London
2016-2018 Programme evaluations of the following programmes: Testing Faith programme FACES community film screening and evaluation Rise Partnership evaluation.