This evaluation of service user involvement in the NCSI describes how the process of involvement somewhat limited its impact. The barriers and facilitators to involvement are identified as well as how changes to systems and processes could have made the involvement more effective.
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Categories: service users and carers researchers research commissioners general principles of good practice lessons from direct experience of involvement chairs of groups involving service users evaluating user involvement chairing meetings with service user members staff in research organisations General guidance on involving the public in research
Date Entered: 2012/02/08
Date Edited: 2012/02/08