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'Dignity and respect': An example of service user leadership and co-production in mental health research.

Faulkner A, Carr S, Gould D, Khisa C, Hafford-Letchfield T, Cohen R, Megele C, Holley J.
Health Expectations, doi: 10.1111/hex.12963. [Epub ahead of print]
Added: 23 January 2020

‘I felt like a human being’—An exploratory, multi‐method study of refugee involvement in the development of mental health intervention research.

Georgina Warner, Zaruhi Baghdasaryan, Fatumo Osman, Elin Lampa, Anna Sarkadi.
Health Expectations, Epub ahead of print, DOI: 10.1111/hex.12990
Added: 19 December 2019

‘Knowledge is power’: A framework for partnering with consumers in developing and delivering a scientific meeting in nephrology.

Emily Duncanson Kathryn Dansie Talia Gutman Allison Tong Martin Howell Shilpanjali Jesudason Donna Reidlinger Amber Williamson Nicole Scholes‐Robertson Lisa Murphy Carmel M Hawley Jonathan C Craig David W Johnson Stephen McDonald
Nephrology, Epub ahead of print,
Added: 26 July 2019

“About sixty per cent I want to do it”: Health researchers’ attitudes to, and experiences of, patient and public involvement (PPI)—A qualitative interview study.

Anne‐Marie Boylan , Louise Locock, Richard Thompson, Sophie Staniszewska.
Health Expectations Epub ahead of print
Added: 27 April 2019

“Getting to the Table”: Changing Ideas about Public and Patient Involvement in Canadian Drug Assessment.

Katherine Boothe
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 44 (4): 631-663.
Added: 12 December 2019

“Power to the people”: the need for more public involvement in Sports Science for Health.

Emma Cockcroft.
Sport Sciences for Health Epub ahead of print,
Added: 27 April 2019

“We know what we are talking about”: experiences of young people with a chronic condition involved in a participatory youth panel and their perceived impact".

Schelven, F. van, Boeije, H., Inhulsen, M.B., Sattoe, J., Rademakers, J.
Child Care In Practice, Epub
Added: 10 December 2019

Challenges and opportunities for involving patients and the public in acute antimicrobial medicine development research: an interview study.

Andy Gibson, Michele Kok, David Evans, Sally Grier, Alasdair MacGowan.
BMJ Open;9:e024918. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024918
Added: 23 January 2020