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Mental health service user involvement in research: where have we come from, where are we going?

Kara, H.
Journal of Public Mental Health, 12(3), 122-135
Added: 19 August 2014

Embracing complexity and uncertainty to create impact: exploring the processes and transformative potential of co-produced research through development of a social impact model.

Kate Beckett, Michelle Farr, Anita Kothari, Lesley Wye and Andrée le May.
Health Research Policy and Systems 16:118
Added: 23 January 2019

Public involvement in research about environmental change and health: A case study.

Kath Maguire, Ruth Garside, Jo Poland, Lora E Fleming, Ian Alcock and Tim Taylor, Helen Macintyre, Gianni Lo Iacono, Andrew Green, Benedict W Wheeler.
Health, 23(2), 215–233.
Added: 18 March 2019

The dark side of coproduction: do the costs outweigh the benefits for health research?

Kathryn Oliver, Anita Kothari and Nicholas Mays.
Health Research Policy and Systems 17:33
Added: 08 April 2019

Patient advocates’ role in clinical trials

Katz, M., Archer, L., Peppercorn, J., Kereakoglow, S., Collyar, D., Burstein, H., Schilsky, R. and Partridge, A.
Cancer. 2012 Oct 1;118(19):4801-5. doi: 10.1002/cncr.27485. Epub 2012 Mar 5.
Added: 04 September 2012

Just teach us the skills please, we'll do the rest: Empowering ten-year-olds as active researchers.

Kellett, M., Forrest, R., Dent, N. & Ward, S.
Children & Society, 18(5), 329-343.
Added: 27 January 2009

Dementia priority setting partnership with the James Lind Alliance: using patient and public involvement and the evidence base to inform the research agenda

Kelly S; Lafortune L; Hart N; Cowan K; Fenton M; Brayne C; Dementia Priority Setting P
Age Ageing 44, 6, 985-93
Added: 19 September 2018

Older carers involvement in research: why, what and when?

Kennedy, S. in association with involved carers
University of Nottingham: Nottingham, UK and London: Macmillan Cancer Support
Added: 26 March 2012

Working with lay people in health service research: A model of co-evolution based on complexity theory.

Kernick, D. & Mitchell, A
Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24(1), 31-40
Added: 28 September 2010