Abstract: This article reports on the findings from a within-project evaluation of patient involvement in the development of a new mobility aid. The researchers established a lay advisory group who were supported by a public involvement lead. The researchers attended an initial workshop to prepare them for working with the group. The practical details around setting up and supporting the group throughout the project are described in detail.
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Categories: journal article service users and carers researchers research commissioners relevant to all service users general principles of good practice description of involvement in a research project identifying and prioritising topics designing of research recruitment setting up a research panel General guidance on involving the public in research training and supporting researchers
Date Entered: 2014/07/15
Date Edited: 2014/07/15