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Title: A series of case studies illustrating the impact of service user and carer involvement on research
Author: Staley, K.
Date Published: 2013
Reference: Mental Health Research Network: London
Are service users or carers authors: No/Not Known

Abstract: This series of case studies describes how service user and carer involvement has an impact on mental health research. These examples were selected from the Mental Health Research Network’s portfolio to include projects that illustrate the wide range of impacts that service user and carer involvement has on mental health research. Involvement was found to influence all stages of a project, from developing a research question through to implementing the findings. It is hoped these examples will encourage other mental health researchers to involve service users and carers in their work.

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Designing research
Managing research
Undertaking research
Analysing and interpreting
Writing up and disseminating
Evaluating
impact on funding/commissioning
impact on research
impact on research ethics
impact on service users involved
impact on researchers
impact on implementation and change
impact of public involvement
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Implementation and change

Date Entered: 2013/10/29

Date Edited: 2013/10/29

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