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Nhs citizen research workshop tools, methods & process

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Slides from NHS Citizen Research Workshop convened on the 7th of April 2015 at the University of Westminster to discuss the Research Hub, a brand new element of the NHS Citizen design intended to support wider research and knowledge sharing.

The aim of the workshop was to explore possible research questions and projects and this presentation explores possible tools, methods and processes that might be employed in research around NHS Citizen

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Nhs citizen research workshop tools, methods & process

  1. 1. Methods & Process:  What does open and accessible research mean?  How can NHS Citizen enable this?
  2. 2. Participatory Action Research “A collaborative process of research, education and action explicitly oriented towards social transformation” (Kindon et al 2007)
  3. 3. Conventional timeframe of research  Review of previous research  Design questions  Design methods  Do fieldwork  Analyse data  Theorise data  Write up  Finished! Next project.......
  4. 4. Participatory Action Research  Kurt Lewin’s cycle of reflection and action research:  Iterative process  With PAR these activities are undertaken collaboratively by all participants  What are the implications for knowledge?
  5. 5. Participatory Action Research: Ethics  What are the practicalities of carrying out research with citizens?
  6. 6. Typically Ethical issues in research include:  Information  Consent (for adults and children)  Anonymity  Protection, e.g. CRB clearance  “Doing no harm” – limiting distress  Letting respondents know findings
  7. 7. A participatory ethics:  Doing no harm? Or doing some good?  A contextual, relational and dynamic ethics, which will vary over time and between projects as they emerge from debate among all participants: Representation Accountability Social responsiveness Agency Reflexivity
  8. 8. Small group discussion: Challenges and Opportunities of Participatory Research  What does open and accessible research mean?  What are the practicalities of carrying out research with citizens?  How can NHS Citizen enable this?  What do researchers need from NHS Citizen?

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