Putting it into Practice

Title: How to develop a patient and carer advisory group in stroke care research
Author: Sims, S., Brearly, S., Hewitt, G., Greendwood, N., Jones, F., Ross, F. & Harris, R.
Date Published: 2013
Reference: Nurse Researcher 20(3) 6-11
Are service users or carers authors: No/Not Known

Abstract: This study explored the effect of interprofessional teamworking on the experiences of patients and carers following a stroke. The research team established an advisory group of patients and carers affected by stroke. In this paper they describe the practicalities around recruiting group members and facilitating the meetings.

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Categories: journal article
service users and carers
researchers
general principles of good practice
lessons from direct experience of involvement
description of involvement in a research project
designing of research
recruitment
analysing and interpreting data
training and supporting service users
involving seldom heard groups
staff in research organisations
people affected by stroke

Date Entered: 2013/05/08

Date Edited: 2013/05/08

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