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This is a useful text that explores the issues of PPI throughout the research process. It is an honest appraisal of the concept, acknowledging the strengths and limitations of PPI from the persepcitve of the service user as well as the researcher. It highlights the challenges as well as the benefits and discusses ethical issues around PPI that the researcher needs to be cognisant of. There is a useful chapter specifically looking at the issues of involving young service users in health research that is often overlooked in the more general PPI literature.
Useful, a good introductory text.
This publication is well suited for practitioners, service users and carer educators who wish to ally and form partnerships in health and social care. There is much scope for this publication to be used internally within local authorities as we see changes in the way CPD is offered and services are shaped.
This book is very useful for all of those students interested in Participatory Action Research and working within the Health Care Sector, Youth Work and Community Work sectors. I have recommended it to many of my students. I also teach Patient and Public Involvement in Research for the Research Design Service East Midlands, this book is ideal for that too.
An exceelent text highlighting key issues in working with people who use services
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