Putting it into Practice

Title: Setting up participatory research: A discussion of the initial stages.
Author: Burke, A., McMillan, J., Cummins, L., Thompson, A., Forsyth, W., McLellan, J., Snow, L., Fraser, A., Fraser, M., Fulton, C., McCrindle, E., Gillies, L., LeFort, S., Miller, G., Whitehall, J., Wilson, J., Smith, J. & Wright, D.
Date Published: 2003
Reference: British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31(2), 65-69.
Are service users or carers authors: Yes

Abstract: This paper describes the experience of setting up a research team including researchers, clinicians, people with learning disabilities and their support workers. It outlines the work during the first nine months of the project and the major issues which all the participants learned during these early stages.

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Categories: researchers
people with learning difficulties
description of involvement in a research project

Date Entered: 2009/01/27

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