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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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Eardley, H. (2002).
Public Involvement For Older People Across North & East Devon Health Care And Social Care Community. North and East Devon Health Authority.
East, L. & Robinson, J. (1994).
Change in process: bringing about change in health care through action research. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 3, 57-61.
Economic & Social Research Council. Growing Older Programme Project Summaries. ESRC.
Entwistle, V.A., Renfrew, M.J., Yearley, S., Forrester, J. & Lamont, T. (1998).
Lay perspectives: advantages for health research. British Medical Journal, 316(7129), 463-465.
Epstein, S. (1996).
Impure Science: Aids, Activism and the Politics of Knowledge. University of California Press, Berkeley & London.
EQUIP Report. (2004)
Effectiveness and Quality in User Involvement Projects. Public Health Resource Unit.
Evans, C. (1999).
Gaining Our Voice: The Developing Pattern of Good Practice in User Involvement. Managing Community Care, 7(2), 7-13. [Now known as Journal of Integrated Care].
Evans, C., Carmichael, A. & members of the Direct Payments Best Value Group of Wiltshire & Swindon users' Network. (2002).
Users' Best Value: A guide to user involvement good practice in best Value Reviews. York Publishing Service Ltd, York.
Evans, C. & Fisher, M. (1999).
Collaborative evaluation with service users: moving towards user-controlled research. In Shaw, I. & Lishman, J. (eds.) Evaluation and Social Work Practice. Sage, London.
Evans, T. (2006)
Best research for best health: a new national health research strategy
Clinical Medicine, Vol 6, No. 5, September/October 2006, p435-437.
Exeter Community Safety Partnership. (2005).
Community Safety & Misuse of Drugs Strategy 2005-2008.
Eysenbach, G. (1999).
Rating information on the internet can empower users to make informed decisions. British Medical Journal, 319(7206), 385.