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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.
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Gay, T. Ten Great Myths of Patient & Public Involvement.
Getting it right for service users and carers
Getting it right for research
Wellcome Trust/Two Can Associates (2008)
Gibbs, D. (2000).
Disabled People and the Research Community. ESRC Seminar Series: Theorising Social Work, 1999-2000.
Gilbert, T. (2004).
Involving people with learning disabilities in research: issues and possibilities. Health and Social Care in the Community, 12(4), 298-308.
Gomm, R. & Celia, D. (2000).
Using Evidence in Health and Social Care (Eds). The Open University, London.
Gomm, R., Needham, G. & Bullman, A. (2000).
Evaluating Research in Health and Social Care (Eds). Sage Publications, London.
Gooberman-Hill R., Horwood J., & Calnan M. (2008) Citizens' juries in planning research priorities: process, engagement and outcome. Health Expectations, vol 11, pp 272-281
Goodare, H & Smith, R. (1995).
The rights of patients in research. British Medical Journal, 310(6990), 1277-1278.
Goodare, H. & Lockwood, S. (1999).
Involving patients in clinical research. British Medical Journal, 319(7212), 724-725.
Goodley, D. and Parker, I (eds) (2000)
Annual review of Critical Psychology, Volume 2: Action Research. (2000). Discourse Unit, Manchester.
[Ian Parker (Managing Editor), Discourse Unit, Department of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Manchester Metropolitan University, Hathersage Road, Manchester, M13 OJA, UK. These cost £10 each for individual subscribers, and cheques should now be made payable to Manchester Metropolitan University]
Gray, A. (2008)
Editor: Self Contained 'Debate' Articles
Public Money & Management, April 2008
Grbich, C. (1998).
Qualitative Research in Health. Sage Publications, London.
Greenhalgh, T. & Donald, A. (2000)
Evidence based Health Care Workbook: understanding research - For individual and group learning