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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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The Library is categorised by Author
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Bamford, C., Qureshi, H., Nicholas, E. & Vernon, A. (1998).
Outcomes of Social Care for Disabled People and their Carers. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.
Barber, R et al (2007) Involving consumers successfully in NHS research: a national survey. Health Expectations.10: 380-91.
Barker, J., Bullen, M. and de Ville, J. (1999)
Reference Manual for Public Involvement
Bromley Health, West Kent Health Authority & Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham Health Authority
Barnard, A., Carter, M., Britten, N., Purtell, R., Wyatt. K. & Ellis, A. (2005).
The PC11 Report: An evaluation of consumer involvement in the London Primary Care Studies Programme. Peninsula Medical School, Exeter.
Barnes, C. & Mercer, G. with Din, I. (2003)
Research Review on User Involvement in Promoting Change and Enhancing the Quality of Social 'Care' Services for Disabled People
Centre for Disability Studies, University of Leeds
Barnes, C. (2003).
What a Difference a Decade Makes: Reflections on Doing 'Emancipatory' Disability. Research. Disability and Society, 18(1), 3-17.
Barnes, C., Oliver, M., et al. (2002).
Disability, the Academy and the Inclusive Society. Disability Studies Today. C. Barnes, M. Oliver and L. Barton. Cambridge, Polity: 250-260.
Barnes, C. (2001).
Emancipatory Disability Research: project or process? Centre for Disability Studies, Department of Sociology and Social policy, University of Leeds.
Barnes, M. & Warren, L. (1999).
Paths To Empowerment. The Policy Press, Bristol.
Barnes, C. & Mercer, G. (1997).
Doing Disability Research. The Disability Press, Leeds.
Barnes, C. (1996).
Social Models as a basis for Commissioning: the social model, user involvement and services? A summary of a 25 minute presentation at the 'Executive seminar on User Involvement', 23rd July 1996.
Barnes, M. & Prior, D. (1996)
From Private Choice to Public Trust: A New Social Basis for Welfare.
Public Money & Management; Oct-Dec96, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p51-57
Barnes, M. & Wistow, G. (1992).
Researching User Involvement. Nuffield Institute for Health Services Studies, University of Leeds.
Bastian, H. (1994).
The Power of Sharing Knowledge: Consumer participation in the Cochrane Collaboration. The Cochrane Collaboration.
Beaton, J., Carter, F., Casserley, T., Cottell, J., Eveleigh, F., Gajsler, J., Gardiner, J., McGill, A., Maude, J., Metcalfe, R., Prescott, W. & Renshaw, B. (2002).
Clearing the Hurdles: Barriers to independent living faced by older people in Bournemouth and how they can be overcome: A research project led by older people. Help and Care, Bournemouth.
Belam, J., Harris, G., Kernick, D., Kline, F., Lindley, K., McWatt, J., Mitchell, A. & Reinhold, D. (2005).
A qualitative study of migraine involving patient researcher. British Journal of General Practice, 55(511), 87-93.
Bell, J. (1997).
Doing Your Research Project: A Guide for First-Time Researchers in Education and Social Sciences, 3rd Edition. Open University Press, Buckingham & Philadelphia.
Beresford, P. (1992).
Researching Citizen-Involvement: A collaborative or colonising enterprise? In Barnes, M. & Wistow, G. (1992). Health Services Studies Seminar Series: Researching User Involvement. The Nuffield Institute, University of Leeds.
Beresford, P. (2000).
Service users' knowledges and social work theory: conflict or collaboration? ESRC Seminar Series: Theorizing Social Work, 1999-2000.
User involvement, research and health inequalities: Developing new directions
Beresford, P. (2007)
For people on benefits, civic involvement is an unaffordable fantasy
The Guardian - August 29, 2007
Beresford, P. (2007)
For people on benefits, civic involvement is an unaffordable fantasy.
The Guardian Newspaper, 29 August 2007
Beresford, P. & Croft S. (1993). Citizen Involvement: A Practical Guide for Change. The Macmillan Press Ltd, Basingstoke & London.
Beresford, P. & Evans, C. (1999).
Research note: research and empowerment. British Journal of Social Work, 29(5), 671-677.
Beresford, P., Bewley, C., Branfield, F., Butt, J., Croft, S., Glynn, M., Dattani Pitt, k., Fleming, J., Flynn, R., Patmore, C., Postle, K. & Turner, M. (2008)
The Standards We Expect - Person Centred Support: A Guide for Service Users
Better Regulation Task Force (BRTF), (2004)
Bridging the Gap - Participation in Social Care Regulation - Government Response
Turning the pyramid upside down: examples of public involvement in social care research
Blackburn H., Hanley B. and Staley K. (2010)
Bodman, R., Davies, R., Frankel, N., Minton, L., Mitchell, L., Pace, C., Sayers, R., Tibbs, N., Tovey, Z. & Unger, E. (2003).
Life's Labour Lost: A study of the experiences of people who have lost their occupation following mental health problems. The Mental Health Foundation, London.
Boote, J., Telford, R. & Cooper, C. (2002).
Consumer involvement in health research: a review and research agenda. Health Policy, 61(2), 213-236.
Bradley, N., Sweeney, K. & Waterfield, M. (1999).
The health of their nation: how would citizens develop England's health strategy? British Journal of General Practice, 49(447), 801-805.
Bratt, A., Suzanne, J., Corr, P., Marks, V. & Burt, S. (2000).
Assessing The Impact Of Changes In Learning Disability Services From The Carers' Perspective. Helping Hands, Exeter CVS.
[For further information contact: Mr Andrew Bratt, Principal Author, North and East Devon Partnership NHS Trust, The Arlington Centre, Whipton Hospital, Exeter EX1 3RB. Tel:01392 208321. Email Viv Gardner]
Braye, S & Preston-Shoot, M. (2005) Emerging from out of the shadows? Service user and carer involvement in systematic reviews. Evidence & Policy 1: 173-93.
British Council of Disabled People. (1997).
A Resource Pack for Local Groups of Disabled People. Bailey & Sons Ltd, Derbyshire. [Available to purchase for £2.50 from British Council of Disabled People]
Broad, B. (1999).
The Politics of Social Work Research and Evaluation. Venture Press, Birmingham.
Brooker, A. (2000).
In search of some ANSWERS. CommonGround.
Buckland, S. & Gorin, S. (2001).
Involving Consumers? An exploration of consumer involvement in NHS Research & Development managed by Department of Health Regional Offices. Consumers in NHS Research Support Unit.