Different groups

Research often focuses on specific groups of consumers and community members. The following articles give examples of how these groups can be involved in research.

Bulsara C E, Cuesta Briand B, McKenzie A, Moorin R. Communication factors impacting on the ability of a family following a catastrophic injury in Western Australia. Nursing and Palliative Care, 2016, DOI:10.15761/NPC.1000134 Volume 1(6): 5-6

Blair T, Minkler M. Participatory action research with older adults: Key principles in practice. The Gerontologist 2009;49(5):651–662
Mooney-Somers J, Maher L. The Indigenous Resiliency Project: a worked example of community-based participatory research. NSW Public Health Bulletin 2009;20(7-8):112-118
Involvement of parents of children with a physical disability
Hutton E, Coxon K. Involving parents as service users in an interprofessional research project. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2008;22(6):661–663
Ross F, Donovan S, Brearley S, Victor C, Cottee M, Crowther P, Clark E. Involving older people in research: methodological issues. Health and Social Care in the Community 2005;13(3):268–275