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

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    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

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