This report describes seven examples of research where service users or disabled people controlled the research process. It aims to provide a better understanding of the role and value of user-controlled research. It describes what difference it makes when the research agenda is held and directed by service users, in terms of the impact on the research, on the researchers and subsequently on policy and services.
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Categories: health public health social care Identifying topics, prioritising and commissioning Designing research Managing research Undertaking research Analysing and interpreting Writing up and disseminating impact on research impact on service users involved impact on researchers impact on implementation and change nature and extent of public involvement in research impact of public involvement reflecting on public involvement in research report Implementation and change
Date Entered: 2010/12/07
Date Edited: 2012/11/20