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Action Learning Sets: A Blog by Professor Mike Cook

Action Learning Sets: A Blog by Professor Mike Cook Reg Revans , often referred to as the father of action learning, said ‘action learning takes so long to describe because it is so simple’. Action Learning I have been using action-learning sets with a variety of postgraduate students to support […]

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Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity: A blog from the RReACH Seminar

“You must get our opinion because it’s very easy to assume”:  Older care-home residents and the impact of research activity A blog from the RReACH Seminar, 10 February 2016 In February, the CLAHRC-funded study, Residents Research-Active in Care Homes (RReACH), presented its experiences of collaborating with older care-home residents in […]

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Who are the experts? Reflections on public and patient involvement in research: A blog by Harriet Cooper, PhD Student in the PPI Research Theme

Who are the experts?  Reflections on public and patient involvement in research: A blog by Harriet Cooper, PhD Student in the PPI Research Theme Who decides what a programme of rehabilitation should look like, when someone becomes disabled? When a child or young person is diagnosed with an impairment, does […]

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A step forward: reflections on a workshop on PPI with older care-home residents, 24th November 2015. A blog by Anne Killet and the RReACH Team

A step forward: A blog by Anne Killett and the RReACH Team Our project, “Residents Research-Active in Care Homes” (RReACH), has explored the involvement of older care-home residents as collaborators and advisors in research. We examined past research projects and then interviewed residents and staff in care homes. The results suggested […]