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Uncovering the benefits of participatory research: implications of a realist review for health research and practice

Jagosh, J., Macaulay, A., Pluye, P., Salsberg, J., Bush, P., Henderson, J., Sirett, E., Wong, G., Cargo, M., Herbert, C., Seifer, S., Green, L. and Greenhalgh, T.
Milbank Quarterly, 90(2), 311-46
Added: 05 November 2014

User controlled research and empowerment.

Evans, C. & Fisher, M.
In: W. Shera & L. Wells (Eds.), Empowerment practice in social work: Developing richer conceptual foundations (pp 348-369). Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press.
Added: 27 February 2007

User controlled research. Its meanings and potential

Turner, T. & Beresford, P.
Eastleigh: INVOLVE
Added: 26 March 2012

User involvement in research and evaluation: Liberation or regulation?

Beresford, P.
Social Policy and Society, Volume 1, Issue 02, pages 95-105
Added: 28 September 2010

User involvement in the design and undertaking of nursing, midwifery and health visiting research.

Smith, E., Manthorpe, J., Brearley, S., Ross, F., Donovan, S., Sitzia, J. & Beresford, P.
London: National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation (NCCSDO).
Added: 20 February 2007

User involvement in the development of a research bid: barriers, enablers and impact

Staniszewska, S., Jones, N., Newburn, M. & Marshall, S.
Health Expectations, 10(2), 173-183.
Added: 28 September 2010

User involvement leads to more ethically sound research.

Staley, K. & Minogue, V
Clinical Ethics, 1, 95-100.
Added: 28 September 2010