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PPI in research advisory groups and other groups and committees
Dyer S. Rationalising public participation in the health service: the case of research ethics committees. Health and Place, 2004, 10, 339-348.
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Wilson C, Fothergill A, Rees H. A potential model for the first all Wales mental health service user and carer-led research group. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 2010, 17, 31–38.
PPI in data collection
Clark CC, Scott EA, Boydell KM, Goering P. Effects of client interviewers on client reported satisfaction with mental health services. Psychiatric Services, 1999, 50(7), 961-963.
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PPI in analysing and interpreting data
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Tuffrey-Wijne I, Butler G. Co-researching with people with learning disabilities: an experience of involvement in qualitative data analysis. Health Expectation. Published Online, Sep 8 2009.
PPI in disseminating and implementing research findings
Scharff, D.R. & Mathews, K. 2008. Working with communities to translate research into practice. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 14, (2) 94-98.
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PPI in secondary research and health technology assessment
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Hailey D, Nordwall M. Survey on the involvement of consumers in health technology assessment programs. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 2006, 22/4(497-9).
Harding, E., Brown, D., Hayward, M., & Pettinari, C.J. 2010. Service user perceptions of involvement in developing NICE mental health guidelines: A grounded theory study. Journal of Mental Health, 19, (3) 249-257
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Johanson R, Rigby C, Newburn M, Stewart M, Jones P. Suggestions in maternal and child health for the National Technology Assessment Programme: a consideration of consumer and professional priorities. Journal of the Royal Society of Health, 2002, 122/1(50-4).
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Pivik J, Rode E, Ward C. A consumer involvement model for health technology assessment in Canada. Health Policy, 01 August 2004, 69/2(253-268).
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Reflections on and examples of user-led research
Abell S, Ashmore J, Beart S, Brownley P, Butcher A, Clarke Z, Combes H, Francis E, Hayes S, Hemmingham I, Hicks K, Ibraham A, Kenyon E, Lee D, McClimens A, Collins M, Newton J, Wilson D. Including everyone in research: The Burton Street Research Group, British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2007, 35/2(121-124).
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