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Folk.us has hard copies of the following literature that can be borrowed or look at in the Folk.us office, we are able to send copies of smaller articles, videos and newspaper articles (subject to copyright), however, we are unable to copy large pieces of text due to budgetary constraints.
Alternatively a number of the articles are available on the Internet. We would be happy to provide information on accessing any of the publications.
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Anderson, W. & Florin, D. (2000).
Consulting the public about the NHS. British Medical Journal, 320(7249), 1553-1554
Andersson, E., Tritter, J., Wilson R. (2007)
Health Democracy - The future of involvement in health and social care
The National Centre for Involvement
Aspis, S. & Cupples, J. (2002).
How Valid Is Your Research Project? Community Living, 15(4), 17-20.
Awang, D. (2002).
Older People and Participation within Disabled Facilities Grant Processes. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65(6), 261-268.