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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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Hanley, B. (2005).
Research as empowerment? Report of a series of seminars organised by the Toronto Group. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Hanley, B. (2005).
User involvement in research: building on experience and developing standards. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Hanley, B., Bradburn, J., Barnes, M., Evans, C., Goodare, H., Kelson, M., Kent, A., Oliver, S., Thomas, S. & Wallcraft, J. (2000).
Involving Consumers in Research & Development in the NHS: Briefing Notes for Researchers. INVOLVE.
Hanley, B., Bradburn, J., Barnes, M., Evans, C., Goodare, H., Kelson, M., Kent, A., Oliver, S., Thomas, S. & Wallcraft, J. (2003).
Involving the Public in NHS, Public Health, and Social Care Research: Briefing Notes for Researchers' (second edition). INVOLVE.
Harris, J., Hill, T. & Westerby, M. (1999).
Evaluating Community Sexual Health Services. NHS Executive Trent Region. The University of Hull & South Humber Health Authority.
Harrison, R. (1987).
Organization culture and quality of service: a strategy for releasing love in the workplace. AMED.
Health Services Research Collaboration (HSRC) (2006)
Towards a more Caring City
Medical Research Council
Heller, T., Pederson, E.L. & Miller, A.B. (1996).
Guidelines From the Consumer: Improving Consumer Involvement in Research and Training for Persons With Mental Retardation. Mental Retardation, 34(3), 141-148.
Hewlett, S et al. (2006) Patients and professionals as research partners: Benefits, Challenges and Practicalities. Arthritis and Rheumatism (Arthritis Care and Research) 55: 676-680.
Hevey, D. (1992)
The Creatures time forgot: Photography and Disability Imagery
Hill, p., O'Grady, A., Millar, B. & Boswell, K. (2000).
The Patient Care Development Programme: Organisational Development through User & Staff Involvement. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 13(4-5), 153-161.
Hinder, S. & Morris, S. (2006)
Payment for being an involved service user/carer
N.W. Health User Research Advisory Group
Hoddinott, P & Pill, R.
Qualitative research interviewing by general practitioners. A personal view of the opportunities and pitfalls.
Family Practice 1997 (14) 307 - 312
Dances with Patients: Ethical Empowerment in Quality Health Care. School of Management and Marketing, Curtin University of Technology.
Hogg, C. (1999).
Patients, Power and Politics: From Patients to Citizens. Sage Publications, London.
Hoggett, P. (1997).
Contested Communities: Experiences, struggles, policies (Eds). The Policy Press, Bristol.
Holland, J. & Blackburn, J. (1998).
Whose Voice? Participatory research and policy change. Intermediate Technology Publications, London.
Hood, S., Mayall, B. & Oliver, S. (1999).
Critical Issues in Social Research: Power and Prejudice. Open University Press, Buckingham & Philadelphia.
Hounsell, J. & Owens, C. (2005).
It takes persistence to make a reality of the rhetoric of user-led research: User Researchers in Control. Mental Health Today, May.
Horton, R. (2006).
Health research in the UK: the price of success. www.thelancet.com . July 5, 2006 DOI:10.1016/50140-6736(06)68974-5
Hughes, I., Goolagong, P., Khavarpour, F. & Russell, C. (1994).
Koori action research in community health. Action research e-reports - Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.