• Erfaringer med COVID-19 i norske sykehjem 

    Jacobsen, Frode F.; Arntzen, Cathrine; Devik, Siri A.; Førland, Oddvar; Krane, Martin S.; Madsen, Linda; Moholt, Jill-Marit; Olsen, Rose Mari; Tingvold, Laila; Tranvåg, Oscar; Ågotnes, Gudmund; Aasmul, Irene (Rapportserien;1/2021, Report, 2021)
    MÅL Det overordnede målet med prosjektet som presenteres i denne rapporten har vært å få kunnskap om erfaringer med covid-19-pandemien ved norske sykehjem, herunder hvor forberedt de var på å håndtere en slik pandemi, ...
  • Beyond tokenistic participation: Using representational artefacts to enable meaningful public participation in health service design 

    Morrison, Cecily; Dearden, Andy (Journal article, 2013)
    A number of recent policies promote public participation in health service design. Yet, a growing literature has articulated a gap between policy aims and actual practice resulting in public participation becoming tokenistic. ...
  • Co-production of social research: strategies for engaged scholarship 

    Martin, Steve (Journal article, 2010)
    There are incentives on both sides of the practitioner–academic divide for co-production of research. This article identifies and evaluates five strategies for achieving more engaged and engaging scholarship. At one end ...
  • Qualitative research: standards, challenges, and guidelines 

    Malterud, Kirsti (Journal article, 2001)
    Qualitative research methods could help us to improve our understanding of medicine. Rather than thinking of qualitative and quantitative strategies as incompatible, they should be seen as complementary. Although procedures ...
  • Assessing the benefits of participatory research: a rationale for a realist review 

    Macaulay, Ann C.; Jagosh, Justin; Seller, Robbyn; Henderson, Jim; Cargo, Margaret; Greenhalgh, Trisha; Wong, Geoff; Salsberg, Jon; Green, Lawrence W.; Herbert, Carol P.; Pluye, Pierre (Journal article, 2011)
    Participatory research (PR) experts believe that increased community and stakeholder participation in research augments program pertinence, quality, outcome, sustainability, uptake, and transferability. There is, however, ...

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