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Searching for: Articles published in 2005

Guidance for good practice: Service user involvement in the UK Mental Health Research Network.

Faulkner, A.
London: Service User Research Group England, UK Mental Health Research Network.
Added: 28 July 2010

Research as empowerment? Report of a series of seminars organised by the Toronto Group.

Hanley, B. for the Toronto Seminar Group.
York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Added: 28 July 2010

Engaging service users in the evaluation and development of forensic mental health care services.

Banongo, E., Davies, J., Godin, P., Thompson, J., Lohneis, C., Denys, C., Floyd, M., Fuller, S., Heyman, B., Reynolds, L. & Simpson, A.
London: City University.
Added: 28 July 2010

Can consumer research panels become an integral part of the cancer research community?

Collins, K., Stevens, T. & Ahmedzai, S.
Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 9 (3-4), 112-118.
Added: 27 January 2009

Helping older people to share the research journey.

Leamy, M.
In: L. Lowes & I. Hulatt (Eds.), Involving service users in health and social care research (pp120-131). Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 0415346479
Added: 27 January 2009

Involving older people in research: methodological issues.

Ross, F., Donovan, S., Brearley, S., Victor, C., Cottee, M., Crowther, P. & Clark, E.
Health and Social Care in the Community, 13(3), 268-275.
Added: 23 February 2007

User controlled research. Its meanings and potential.

Turner, T. & Beresford, P.
Eastleigh: INVOLVE.
Added: 20 February 2007