How to Engage Seldom Heard Groups



This paper pools what we know about how to engage with groups in society
that are sometimes called ‘seldom heard’ in order to improve health and add
value to health services or research organisations. It was drafted by Peter
Bates on behalf of the East Midlands Academic Health Science Network and
the East Midlands Centre for Black and Minority Ethnic Health as part of their
work on Public Leadership. Several people have contributed ideas, but
further opinion, references and suggestions for improvement are very welcome.

Date added to Learning For Involvement: 14th June 2021




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