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Title: Reaching consensus on reporting patient and public involvement (PPI) in research: methods and lessons learned from the development of reporting guidelines.
Author: 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.
Date Published: 2017
Reference: BMJ Open;7:e016948.
Are service users or carers authors: Yes

Abstract: Patient and public involvement (PPI) is inconsistently reported in health and social care research. This paper describes the methods used to develop agreement on guidelines for reporting PPI in research studies (updated version of the Guidance for Reporting Patient and Public Involvement GRIPP2.The guidelines were developed by carrying out a literature review, consulting PPI experts via a survey and meeting face-to-face to reach a final agreement.

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nature and extent of public involvement in research
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Date Entered: 2019/03/04

Date Edited: 2019/03/04

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