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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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Service User! What service user? Effective 'People Involvement' - The Way Forward? © 2005
Leat, M (2000). Seeing the Light: a rough guide to making information easier to understand. Surrey Users Network, Surrey.
Leat, M. (2000).
A rough guide to community care: First Draft. Surrey Users Network, Surrey.
Levin, E. (2004).
Resource Guide No. 2: Involving service users and carers in social work education. Social Care Institute for Excellence.
Liberati, A. (1997). Consumer participation in research and health care. British Medical Journal, 315(7107), 499.
Light, R. (2000).
Civil Rights Law and Disabled People. Disability Awareness in Action.
Lockey, R et al (2004) Training for service user involvement in health and social care research: a study of training provision and participants' experiences (The TRUE Project) INVOLVE
Lomax, T. & Ellis, A. (2002).
Buying Time: An evaluation of joint health/social care rehabilitation for older people leaving hospital. Centre for Evidence-Based Social Services, Exeter.