PEDRI public consultation: Draft public involvement and engagement best practice standards for the use of data for research and statistics
Public Engagement in Data Research Initiative (PEDRI) aims to establish and drive forward best practices for Public Involvement and Engagement (PIE) in data research and statistics involving public data to ensure that the views of the public are included in a more meaningful way. To achieve this goal, PEDRI is developing a guiding document called the PEDRI Best Practice Standards for the Use of Data for Research and Statistics.
The first draft of this document provides clear guidelines to support researchers and PIE professionals in conducting meaningful PIE activities in data research and statistics involving the use of public data. These draft standards are intended for everyone involved in conducting data research, building infrastructure, or supporting public involvement and engagement activities.
Share your thoughts
If you’re interested in how public data is used for data research and statistics, we invite you to read the draft document and share your thoughts on how it can be improved. Your feedback will be critical in shaping the final document.
Please take a moment to share your thoughts and comments by completing this survey by 30 June 2023. You can complete the survey as an individual or on behalf of a group/organisation. Your input is valuable and will help ensure that the final document adequately reflects the views of the public.
We appreciate your participation and look forward to your valuable contribution.
DARE UK is one of the founding partners of Public Engagement in Data Research Initiative (PEDRI).