This review of the involvement of service users in the development of an ‘evidence base' for health and social care, including guidance on good practice for researchers and research funders.
This publication summarises discussions that took place at a series of seminars held around the UK to discuss a number of key issues:
* involving service users in traditional or mainstream research;
* involving service users in peer review;
* involving people from black and minority ethnic communities in research;
* emancipatory research.
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