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245 00 Involving service users in health and social care research
       /|cedited by Lesley Lowes and Ian Hulatt. 
264  1 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2005. 
300    1 online resource (ix, 214 pages) :|billustrations 
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504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tTheory and practice of user involvement in research : 
       making the connection with public policy and practice /
       |rPeter Beresford --|tActively involving marginalized and 
       vulnerable people in research /|rRoger Steel --
       |tSupporting people with learning difficulties to do their
       own research /|rVal Williams and Mouse England --|tA hard 
       fight : the involvement of mental health service users in 
       research /|rA User Focus Monitoring Group --|tTranslating 
       health policy into research practice /|rPaula Hodgson and 
       Krysia Canvin --|tFoster carers undertake research into 
       birth family contact : using the social action research 
       approach /|rJennie Fleming --|tFrom recruitment to 
       dissemination : the experience of working together from 
       service user and professional perspectives /|rMarion Clark,
       Helen Lester and Jon Glasby --|tConsumer-led research? : 
       parents as researchers : the child health surveillance 
       project --|t/|rBrenda Roche, Phillipa Savile, Daphine 
       Aikens and Amy Scammell --|tConsumer involvement in cancer
       research in the United Kingdom : the benefits and 
       challenges /|rTony Stevens and David Wilde with David 
       Kirby, Derek Stewart, Dawn Wragg, Sam Ahmedzai, David 
       Cunningham and Janet Darbyshire. 
505 00 |tCommunity action to housing and health research /|rMeryl
       Basham with Diane Stock and Michelle Lake on behalf of The
       Torbay Healthy Housing Group --|tHelping older people to 
       share the research journey /|rMary Leamy --|tReally making
       it happen in Wiltshire : the experience of service users 
       evaluating social care /|rClare Evans and Ray Jones --
       |tResearch with children who use NHS services : sharing 
       the experience /|rTina Moules --|tFrom rhetoric to reality
       : the involvement of children and young people with mental
       ill health in research /|rJulia Waldman --|tStrategies for
       involving service users in outcomes focused research /
       |rHannah Morgan and Jennifer Harris --|tWorking with older
       women in research : benefits and challenges of involvement
       /|rLorna Warren and Joanne Cook --|tService user 
       involvement at all stages of the research process /
       |rMatthew Harris --|tWorking together to undertake 
       research /|rRuth Northway and Paul Wheeler. 
520 1  "This book argues that service user involvement in 
       research can range from the extremes of being the subject 
       to being the initiator or investigator of a research 
       study. The activity of the professional researcher can 
       also range from being the person undertaking the research,
       to being a partner with or mentor to service users. This 
       broad scope of levels of involvement is reflected in the 
       contributions in this book, both in the research 
       experiences reported and in the writing of the chapters 
       themselves. 
520 8  The contributions come from a range of service areas 
       including learning disabilities, cancer care, older people
       and mental illness, and the chapters look at important 
       research issues such as: strategies for working in true 
       partnership; avoiding 'tokenism'; involving service users 
       at all stages of the research process; communication and 
       terminology; involving service users of different ages and
       experience; training needs of professionals and service 
       users; problems surrounding 'payment' for service users; 
       and other ethical and practical issues." 
520 8  "Involving Service Users in Health and Social Care 
       Research is invaluable reading for researchers in health 
       and social care from academic, professional and service 
       user backgrounds. It will also be of interest to lecturers
       and students in health, social care and other applied 
       sciences."--Jacket. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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650 12 Community Participation.|0https://id.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/
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655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Lowes, Lesley,|d1950-|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names
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700 1  Hulatt, Ian.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
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776 08 |iPrint version:|tInvolving service users in health and 
       social care research.|dLondon ; New York : Routledge, 2005
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       Collection - North America|c2018-06-01|yMaster record 
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