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Searching for: Articles published in 2017

“Is all the stuff about neurons necessary?” The development of lay summaries to disseminate findings from the Newcastle Cognitive Function after Stroke (COGFAST) study

Sarah Barnfield, Alison Clara Pitts, Raj Kalaria, Louise Allan,2and Ellen Tullo
Research Involvement and Engagement, 3: 18.
Added: 04 March 2019

Co-creation of a digital tool for the empowerment of parents of children with physical disabilities.

Alsem MW, van Meeteren KM, Verhoef M, Schmitz MJWM, Jongmans MJ, Meily-Visser JMA, Ketelaar M.
Research Involvement and Engagement 3:26
Added: 04 March 2019

Development and testing of a medline search filter for identifying patient and public involvement in health research

Rogers M; Bethel A; Boddy K
Health Information & Libraries Journal 01, 01
Added: 20 September 2018

Learning to work together – lessons from a reflective analysis of a research project on public involvement

Howe A; Mathie E; Munday D; Cowe M; Goodman C; Keenan J; Kendall S; Poland F; Staniszewska S; Wilson P
Research Involvement and Engagement 3, 1,
Added: 19 September 2018

Patient advocate perspectives on involvement in HTA: an international snapshot

Scott A M; Wale J L
Research Involvement and Engagement 3, 1,
Added: 20 September 2018

Patient engagement: What partnering with patient in research is all about

Duffett L
Thrombosis Research 150, 113-120
Added: 19 September 2018

Priority setting in research: user led mental health research

Ghisoni M; Wilson C A; Morgan K; Edwards B; Simon N; Langley E; Rees H; Wells A; Tyson P J; Thomas P; Meudell A; Kitt F; Mitchell B; Bowen A; Celia J
Research Involvement and Engagement 3, 1,
Added: 19 September 2018

Reaching consensus on reporting patient and public involvement (PPI) in research: methods and lessons learned from the development of reporting guidelines.

Jo Brett, Sophie Staniszewska, Iveta Simera, Kate Seers, Carole Mockford, Susan Goodlad, Doug Altman, David Moher, Rosemary Barber, Simon Denegri, Andrew Robert Entwistle, Peter Littlejohns, Christopher Morris, Rashida Suleman, Victoria Thomas, Colin Tysall.
BMJ Open;7:e016948.
Added: 04 March 2019

Strength in Numbers: an international consensus conference to develop a novel approach to care delivery for young adults with type 1 diabetes, the D1 Now Study.

M. C. O’Hara, L. Hynes, M. O’Donnell, C. Keighron, G. Allen, A. Caulfield, C. Duffy, M. Long, M. Mallon, M. Mullins, G. Tonra, M. Byrne, S. F. Dinneen and with the D1 Now Type 1 Diabetes Young Adult Study Group.
Research Involvement and Engagement 3:25
Added: 04 March 2019