This paper is about diversity and inclusion for active public involvement in research. The paper highlights why it is important to think about including the perspectives of a wide range of people and groups in research, the main barriers to involving them and how these barriers can be overcome. A number of real world examples are used to illustrate the issues raised.
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Categories: report researchers mental health survivors children and young people older people people with learning difficulties general principles of good practice guidance/guidelines lessons from direct experience of involvement involving seldom heard groups General guidance on involving the public in research
Date Entered: 2012/11/01
Date Edited: 2012/12/11