Academic consumer researchers: a bridge between consumers and researchers
Objective: To describe the contributions that consumers, and academic consumer researchers in particular, can make to mental health research. Method: A literature survey and a systematic consideration of the potential advantages of consumer and academic consumer researcher involvement in health research. Results: Consumer researchers may contribute to better health outcomes, but there are significant barriers to their participation in the research process. To date, discussion has focused on the...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry|
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