In addition to funding and dissemination through academic conferences and journals, I have increased my ability and experience in the design, delivery, and evaluation of public engagement activities. This has included public talks at events such as the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, and Pint of Science, engaging with the public at events like the Agile Rabbit Pop-Up Shop of Curiosity, online articles in magazines such as Velo, assisting in the establishment of patient and public involvement and engagement groups to consult on the development and completion of research, and using visual media such as animations and posters to engage online audiences.

As part of previous and ongoing research projects I have commissioned and been involved in the development of animations to share research with a wider audience than the academic community. This has also involved the production of an animation outlining the aims and objectives of the HIPSTER randomised clinical trial, which is being used as part of the information made available to potential participants to assist with the recruitment process.

I have designed posters that link to my research for online promotion through social media channels, with the aim of improving engagement with my research, from both within and beyond the academic community.

I have given an ExeTalks lecture for the Engineering Department covering the collaboration between Robin Ling at the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre (now part of the Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Trust) and Clive Lee in the Department of Engineering at the University of Exeter to design the Exeter Hip replacement.