Abstract: This article reports on the findings from a systematic review of the literature on patient and service user engagement in research. The authors have developed a two part framework.
The first part describes four components of involvement:
• patient and service user initiation
• building reciprocal relationships
• re-assessment and feedback.
The second part describes involvement during three phases of research: preparatory, execution and translational phases.
The authors comment on the poor quality of the evidence and inconsistency in reporting on involvement.
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Categories: health public health social care all Identifying topics, prioritising and commissioning Designing research Managing research Undertaking research Analysing and interpreting Writing up and disseminating Evaluating impact on funding/commissioning impact on research impact on research ethics impact on service users involved impact on researchers impact on implementation and change impact of public involvement journal article Recruitment Implementation and change
Date Entered: 2013/10/28
Date Edited: 2013/10/28