Abstract: Third in a series of four articles addressing ethical approaches and issues in undertaking clinical research with children and young people. This article focuses on involvement and discusses: definitions of PPI and common models and examples; reasons why children and young people should be involved in research design, conduct and dissemination; when and why it may not be possible to involve children and young people in research; how to involve children and young people; and how to review and critique their involvement.
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Categories: journal article researchers children and young people General guidance on involving the public in research
Date Entered: 2020/01/29
Date Edited: 2020/01/29