This guidance aims to give researchers working within the NHS, social care and public health fields some advice on how best to involve the public in their work. It includes examples of good practice, and an exploration of why it is important to involve people who use service in research, different levels of involvement, and ways to involve service users at different stages of research.
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Categories: researchers guidance/guidelines identifying and prioritising topics designing of research managing research undertaking research analysing and interpreting data writing up and disseminating implementation and change evaluating General guidance on involving the public in research
Date Entered: 2010/07/28
Date Edited: 2012/12/10