A brief guide to patient and public involvement and qualitative methods in health and social care research

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Topic:

  • About research

Resource type:

  • Guidance

Authors:

  • Jo Welsman, Rohini Terry and Helen Burchmore on behalf of the Research Design Service

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 12th November 2021

Description:

Provides guidance on PPI and qualitative research methods in health and social care research with an emphasis on how they differ

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