PRIME led research in public involvement
PRIME Centre Wales' researchers have been active in original research and adding to the evidence base in involving public and patients in research.
Bridie A Evans, John Gallanders, Lesley Griffiths, Robert Harris-Mayes, Mari James, Sian Jones, Natalie Joseph-Williams, Mary Nettle, Martin Rolph, Helen Snooks, Carolyn Wallace, Adrian Edwards, and on behalf of the SUPER group and PRIME Centre Wales. Public involvement and engagement in primary and emergency care research: the story from PRIME Centre Wales. Vol 5 No 3 (2020): IJPDS Special Issue: Public Involvement & Engagement.
Evans BA, Porter A, Snooks H, Burholt V. A co-produced method to involve service users in research: the SUCCESS model. BMC Medical Research Methodology (2019) 19:34 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-019-0671-6
Embedding public involvement in a realist evaluation of GPs in Emergency Departments
- Birdie Angela Evans (Swansea University),
- Barbara Harrington (public contributor),
- Alison Cooper (Cardiff University),
- Michelle Edwards (Cardiff University),
- Adrian Edwards (Cardiff University)
RCEM Virtual Scientific Conference, 13-14 October 2020
Developing a model to enhance patient involvement in research: Views of patients, academics and managerial staff
Bridie Angela Evans, Alison Porter, Helen Snooks, Vanessa Burholt – Swansea University
999 EMS research Forum, 1 March 2016.