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Measuring the impact of participatory research in psychiatry: How the search for epistemic justifications obscures ethical considerations
Both within politics and practice, the field of psychiatry is undergoing a significant transformation, as increasing emphasis is placed on the importance of involving those with lived experience in research. In response ...
Variation in spend on young mental health across Clinical Commissioning Groups in England: a cross-sectional observational study
Objectives To investigate whether the rate of spend on child and adolescent mental health is influenced by demand for other competing services in local commissioning decisions. Design Analysis of spend data by Clinical ...
Co‐producing research with youth: The NeurOx young people’s advisory group model
Context: The 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that children have the right to be heard in all matters affecting them. The Convention inspired a surge in research that investigates young people's ...
Are nursing associates the new kids on the block of the learning disability sector?
Health Education England’s £2 million learning disability recruitment drive will include 150 places for the recently created role of nursing associate. Last year Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust began training ...
Co-Production: An Ethical Model for Mental Health Research?
Commentary arguing for involving people with a diagnosis of mental health disorders and/or their caregivers as co-researchers in mental health research.
Factors influencing the implementation of self-management solutions in healthcare: an interview study with NHS managers
Background/aims: Research focusing on the perspectives of healthcare managers, who are often key in devising strategies for the implementation of self-management solutions, is limited. This study aimed to investigate the ...
A year in statistics—the view from the trenches
Editorial: Last year we launched the EBM Methods Verdicts as part of an attempt to keep on top of developments in statistics that will impact on the way we do research.1 2 We focused on statistical methods and in particular ...
Development of A Guideline for Reporting Mediation Analyses (AGReMA)
There are a growing number of studies using mediation analysis to understand the mechanisms of health interventions and exposures. Recent work has shown that the reporting of these studies is heterogenous and incomplete. ...
Using an implementation science approach to implement and evaluate patient-reported outcome measures (PROM) initiatives in routine care settings
Purpose Patient-reported outcome and experience measures (PROMs/PREMs) are well established in research for many health conditions, but barriers persist for implementing them in routine care. Implementation science (IS) ...
Measuring the benefits of the integration of health and social care: qualitative interviews with professional stakeholders and patient representatives
Integrated care has the potential to ease the increasing pressures faced by health and social care systems, however, challenges around measuring the benefits for providers, patients, and service users remain. This paper ...