This article reports on the findings from an evaluation of patient involvement in a systematic review and meta-analysis of patient data in cervical cancer. The authors describe how they developed the involvement process with the advice of a reference group, how they recruited patients and supported them throughout the involvement.
The implications for future involvement in systematic reviews is discussed.
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Date Entered: 2012/09/04
Date Edited: 2012/09/04