This article is written from the perspective of a service user/survivor. It explores ideas about the value of different types of knowledge and tests the hypothesis that the shorter the distance there is between direct experience and its interpretation, then the less distorted, inaccurate and damaging resulting knowledge is likely to be.
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Categories: health public health social care reflecting on public involvement in research journal article
Date Entered: 2007/02/27
Date Edited: 2012/12/06