Public Participation and Consent in Clinical Research The Perspectives Study We have recently been awarded an ESRC grant, ‘Perspectives on Enhancing Consent and Recruitment in Intensive Care Studies’, (PI Bridget Young, CI Frith, Woolfall, Gamble and Welters). The CONNECT Project I was involved in the ‘Consent methods in paediatric emergency and urgent care trials (CONNECT)’ project which took place between 2010-2014. CONNECT was the first UK study to explore parent and practitioner perceptions and experiences of deferred consent in children’s clinical trials. The aim of CONNECT was to provide new evidence to inform how consent should be sought for children’s critical care trials. The findings have been integrated with wider research and ethical theory to produce guidance for all those who have a direct or indirect role in the funding, design, conduct and ethical review of paediatric or neonatal trials that involve critically ill children. CONNECT was funded by Wellcome Trust (WT095874MF) and supported by the MRC Network of Hubs for Trials Methodology Research (MR/L004933/1- R/N42). I am also involved in the North West Hub for Trials Methodology Research, Patient Perspective theme. Publications on Consent Woolfall, K. Young, B. Frith, L. Gamble, C. & the CONNECT Group. 15-minute consultation: An evidence based approach to research without prior consent (deferred consent) in neonatal and paediatric critical care trials. Archives of Disease in Childhood. Online first: 13th October. doi:10.1136/archdischild-2015-309245. Woolfall, K. Gamble, C. Frith, L. Young, B. (2015) How parents and practitioners experience deferred consent for emergency research: a mixed method study. BMJ Open. 5:e008522.doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008522 Woolfall, K. Young, B. Frith, L. et al (2014) Doing challenging research studies in a patient-centered way: a qualitative study to inform a randomised controlled trial in a paediatric emergency care setting. BMJ Open 4:e005045. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-00504 Woolfall, K. Frith, L. Gamble, C. Young, B. (2013) How experience makes a difference: practitioners’ views on the use of deferred consent in paediatric and neonatal emergency care trials. BMC Medical Ethics 14:45. DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1472-6939-14-45 Full list of publications For a full list of all my publications see the publications page of this website which includes links to full-text PDFs of most of my journal articles. Alternatively see the list on Research Gate. This does not contain links to full-text PDFs.