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What motivates patients and carers to participate in dementia studies?

01 November 2013

Nursing Older People

Art & Science

Aim The aim of this study was to explore what motivates people to participate in dementia research. Method Three focus groups, attended by carers and people with...

Guidance on seeking agreement to participate in research from young children

24 July 2008

Paediatric Nursing

A&S Science

Children of all ages should be active partners in decision making, including decisions on whether to participate in research studies. With appropriate engagement...

Participation in perspective: reflections from research projects

26 January 2012

Nurse Researcher

General

Aim This paper seeks to add to the debate regarding children as researchers by exploring the reality of their participation in research. Background As the role...

Taking a human rights-based approach to services

01 November 2010

Mental Health Practice

Feature

This article considers the narrow way in which mental health services usually interpret their human rights obligations under the Human Rights Act 2000. It argues...

Open AccessOC26 – Parents of young children in research: informants, consultants and collaborators

09 May 2016

Nursing Children and Young People

Supplement

Theme: Ethical issues: dignity and humanity. Introduction: Patient and public involvement in research is recognised as best practice in the UK, as services developed...

The barriers to and benefits of conducting Q-sorts in the classroom

01 November 2013

Nurse Researcher

Subjectivity

Aim To outline the barriers to and benefits of using Q methodology in a classroom. Background Q methodology has been established as a systematic way to measure...

Public involvement in community health

01 April 2005

Primary Health Care

Continuing professional development

Community participation is crucial to the success of public health intervention programmes and community nurses need to be aware of their role. This article pulls...

The importance of research and participation in formulating child health policy

01 December 2012

Nursing Children and Young People

Health service planning

Despite some evidence of the successful of children in the development of health policy UK, the outcome of this process and its are limited. This article reflects on...

Responsibilities in giving evidence to mental health tribunals

01 September 2013

Mental Health Practice

Art & Science

Practitioners do not usually receive training on how to give evidence at mental health tribunals, but a nurse’s report to the tribunal needs to be full, accurate and...

Open AccessPO20 – Parental suggestions for developing pain management in neonatal intensive care units

09 May 2016

Nursing Children and Young People

Supplement

Theme: Parenting/parenthood. Background: Neonates are likely to experience numerous painful procedures in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Parents have...