This paper reports on an assessment of the impact of advisory committees on a large five-year study funded by the National Institute of Health Research. In particular the authors looked at the impact of public involvement. Based on their findings, they have developed six recommendations for working with advisory committees on large studies, and making best use of the advice they offer.
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Categories: journal article service users and carers researchers lessons from direct experience of involvement designing of research chairs of groups involving service users
Date Entered: 2011/02/09
Date Edited: 2012/03/26