This article critiques the current debate around measuring the impact of patient and public involvement. The authors highlight that the purpose of involvement is not clearly defined or being considered. They also suggest that there needs to be wider discussion about why impact needs to be measured and who benefits from this process. They recommend that a wider debate also needs to be held around the criteria to be used for reporting involvement and when any assessment of impact should be made.
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Categories: health public health social care reflecting on public involvement in research journal article
Date Entered: 2012/02/08
Date Edited: 2012/11/20