This report describes how a group of seven service users of forensic mental health care were recruited to participate as researchers in a service evaluation project. The authors reflect on the lessons learnt about the processes and problems of undertaking such research, in particular the challenges of recruiting service users to be involved and negotiating their participation.
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Categories: researchers lessons from direct experience of involvement identifying and prioritising topics designing of research undertaking research analysing and interpreting data writing up and disseminating recruiting people to be actively involved in research forensic mental health service users training and supporting service users
Date Entered: 2010/07/28
Date Edited: 2012/12/10