Abstract: This report summarises a review of the international literature on involvement in research and identifies 47 indicators that aim
to describe involvement in research institutions. Most of these indicators are based on expert opinion.
They are grouped into six categories: capacity building, governance, resources, activity, dissemination and primary outcomes. The authors suggest the indicators are used to monitor involvement in research institutions, and to identify areas in need of improvement.
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Categories: guidance/guidelines relevant to all service users assessing the quality of involvement
Date Entered: 2018/11/23
Date Edited: 2018/11/23