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Involvement and insight – similarities and differences

Uploaded: 13th July 2021 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

This paper summarises discussions amongst members of the Heads of Involvement Group about the similarities and differences between involvement and insight. It aims to help members to be clear about how the work of an involvement team (or individual) is distinct from the work of an insight team.

Developing a PPI strategy – a guide

Uploaded: 11th December 2018 | Topic: Involvement strategies

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Guidance from the Medical Research Charities Group in Ireland on how to develop an involvement strategy. It's aimed at organisations with a focus on health research but could easily be adapted by others.
Thanks to Avril Kennan at MRCG for sharing this and to the CRIG members who helped develop it.

Positive risk-taking: from rhetoric to reality

Uploaded: 17th April 2018 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Natalie Swiderska

A discussion paper from Steve Morgan and Nick Andrews for the The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice.

Purpose – For health and social care services to become truly person-centred requires a fundamentally positive mindset from professionals and care workers, and a willingness to take some risks. The purpose of this paper is to explore how this will apply to delivering dementia services, where almost all of the initial impressions are of deficits, disability and disadvantage.

Guidelines for involving people affected by asthma in research opportunities

Uploaded: 6th October 2017 | Topic: Guidelines and good practice

Resource was added by: Bec Hanley

Researchers wanting to involve Asthma UK's Research and Policy volunteers in their studies must complete this form. Note there is an associated document "Application form for researchers wishing to involve people with asthma in research". Approved studies will generally then be posted on the Research and Policy monthly Bulletin and social media, or in some cases on the Asthma UK website.