How to incorporate patient and public perspectives into the design and conduct of research
What is it about?
This paper considers many different ways in which patients and members of the public can contribute to health research, add value and compliment rigorous scientific methods.
Why is it important?
This is a comprehensive overview of how junior researchers can incorporate Public and Patient Involvement into their research studies and highlights opportunities and pitfalls, including how terminology differs across disciplines and internationally.
The following have contributed to this page: Professor Pat Hoddinott and Jane Taylor
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