This paper reports on the findings from a review of seven case studies reported in the literature where members of the public were involved in a systematic review. Based on the evidence, it identifies a series of facilitating strategies and recommendations for involving the public in this type of research.
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Date Entered: 2012/03/26
Date Edited: 2012/03/26