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Presentation by Melanie Nind at the fourth ESRC funded seminar on participatory research with people with learning disabilities

Presentation by Melanie Nind at the fourth ESRC funded seminar on participatory research with people with learning disabilities

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Exchanging notes Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Exchanging notes: Where has inclusive research got to?Melanie Nind M.A.Nind@soton.ac.uk Seminar series #4 10 April 2014, Open University
  • 2. Who does inclusive research? 2
  • 3. Do we exchange notes? 3
  • 4. Sharing our learning 4
  • 5. Sharing our learning 5
  • 6. What have we achieved? • Lots of examples • Government recognition • Talk about rights • New alliances • New methods 6
  • 7. Bead method (Ayrton) I developed a method of beads strung on a leather cord to enable participants to construct their stories about their lives and experiences of health care. Each participant made a bracelet that they could keep as a concrete reflective product. http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/2923/1/Methods NewsWinter2012.pdf 7
  • 8. What have we achieved? • Interest in what difference it makes to do research inclusively • Interest in costs and benefits • Message about social inclusion 8
  • 9. What have we achieved? • Funding • Being authors, reviewers, advisors, teachers • Lots of know-how • Some know-what • New labels! • Celebratory narrative 9
  • 10. What are the challenges ahead? • More dialogue • Shared language • Second generation inclusive research – knowledge focus • New spaces 10