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Patient and public involvement in data collection for health services research

Lay members of the public can add value by being involved in data collection for health services research projects by bringing their unique perspectives to the research. Maintaining the correct balance of not ‘professionalising’ lay people and giving them sufficient training to conduct research is a challenge. There is a need to address this further in future studies and to build infrastructure to support lay involvement in conducting research.


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