Abstract: This article reports on the findings from a literature review that aimed to find what quantitative measures of the impact of involvement are currently in use. The researchers found that many of the measures were simply head counts – how many people came to meetings or events. Others had used scales for participants to provide their personal view on how well they had been involved. None of these scales seemed to have been tested to give a sense of how well they captured the important issues. The authors conclude there is a need for more research in this area.
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Categories: journal article evaluating user involvement
Date Entered: 2019/03/04
Date Edited: 2019/03/04