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Original Source: Involving lay and professional stakeholders in the development of a research intervention for the DEPICTED Study.

Aim  This paper focuses on stakeholders' active involvement at key stages of the research as members of a Stakeholder Action Group (SAG), particularly in the context of lay stakeholder involvement. Some challenges that can arise and wider issues (e.g. empowerment, the impact of user involvement) are identified and explored within the literature on service user involvement in health care research, reflecting on the implications for researchers. Background  In the DEPICTED study, lay and professional stak...

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