Involving young people from the outset
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Involving young people from the outset

Linda Milnes Associate professor in children and young people’s nursing, University of Leeds, on behalf of the RCN’s Research in Child Health community

Photovoice requires training for participants in the use of a camera, perhaps made easier by advances in single use cameras or cameras on mobile phones, basic concepts of photography and ethical related issues such as taking pictures of people. Photographs are then used as a focus or prompt for discussion. In Bashore et al’s study (2017) they used SHOWeD to structure this process.

Nursing Children and Young People. 30, 01, 23-23. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.30.01.23.s22

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