This report presents the results from the fourth wave of the Wellcome Monitor, a study about public knowledge of and attitudes towards science and health research.
The world’s largest study into how people around the world think and feel about science and major health challenges.
[Summary] The world’s largest study into how people around the world think and feel about science and major health challenges.
A report about how the questionnaire for the Global Monitor was developed to collect people's views about science and key health challenges.
This report is based on discussions at our annual international engagement workshop, which was held in Mumbai, India, in 2016. It explored the use of creative and artistic methods in engaging communities with science and health research.
We examine attitudes to public engagement with research across our funding portfolio in low- and middle-income countries.
Insights and considerations for people who are interested in running artist residencies in health research programmes, based on feedback from Wellcome Collection's Art in Global Health project.
Infographic showing the findings of a national survey on the factors that affect public engagement by researchers across the UK.
A national survey, on behalf of a consortium of UK public research funders, into the factors that affect public engagement by researchers across the UK.
This report is based on conversations that took place at Wellcome's third annual UK centres' public engagement workshop.
This report highlights the findings of our sixth annual international engagement workshop which took place in Botswana. Discussions focused on public and community engagement with changing food systems, health and the environment.
Discussions from our second annual workshop for public engagement and outreach staff, researchers and directors working at our major UK biomedical science and medical humanities centres.
This report highlights the findings of our fifth annual international engagement workshop which took place in the UK. Discussions focused on achieving more ethical and effective community and public engagement with biomedical research.
In this workshop, Wellcome's centres came together to share their experiences. Discussions focused on audiences, formats, and drivers and challenges to engagement.
In the Zone was a large-scale public engagement and education initiative linked to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This report, written by ICF GHK Consulting, describes the evaluation findings.
We commissioned CM Insight to conduct some focus groups to give us a better understanding of people's attitudes towards their data.
This report highlights the findings of our fourth annual international engagement workshop which took place in South Africa. Discussions focused on how to tell whether engagement is achieving its aims.
During research involving human participants, researchers may discover something with significance to the participant's health; for example, an undiagnosed disease or risk of illness. This report explores public attitudes to this issue.
Discussions from the third in a series of workshops organised by Wellcome to examine public engagement with health research.
This report highlights the findings of our second annual international engagement workshop which took place in Bangalore. Discussions focused on how to engage the public in science.