TOC: Intl J Con Studies


International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34(5)

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International Journal of Consumer Studies 

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Editorial: Consumer, user and carer involvement in health and social care
Colin Torrance and Christine Wilson [Publisher]

Public partnerships, governance and user involvement: a service user perspective
Peter Beresford [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Citizen and consumer involvement in UK public services
Catherine M. Farrell [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Public involvement in health genomics: the reality behind the policies
Denise Avard, Michèle Stanton Jean, Gabrielle Grégoire and Madeline Page [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Strengthening the voice of mental health service users and carers in Wales: a focus group study to inform future policy
Phil Thomas, Christine Wilson and Phil Jones [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A model and measure for quality service user involvement in health research
Elizabeth Morrow, Fiona Ross, Patricia Grocott and Janette Bennett [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumer involvement in research using oral history: ‘What are people’s experiences of health and well-being in Halton?’
Gaynor Reid, Evelyn Kinsella, Paul Cooke, Doreen Shotton and Lorna Porcellato [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Consumers as researchers – innovative experiences in UK National Health Service Research
Lisa J.M. Caldon, Hazel Marshall-Cork, Gillian Speed, Malcolm W.R. Reed and Karen A. Collins [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Impact of public involvement in research on quality of life and society: a case study of research career trajectories
Tracey Williamson, Joan Brogden, Elaine Jones and Julia Ryan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reconstructing consumer participation in evidence-based health care: a polemic
Zoe Jordan and Anthea Court [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does strategic involvement of mental health service users and carers in the planning, design and commissioning of mental health services lead to better outcomes?
Janice Horrocks, Christina Lyons and Paul Hopley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reducing non-attendance at specialist clinics: an evaluation of the effectiveness and cost of patient-focussed booking and SMS reminders at a Scottish health board
Robin G. Milne [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploratory analysis of Chinese-American family caregivers’ needs and instructional video on dressing stroke survivors
Shu-Hwa Lin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘I send the wife to the doctor’– Men’s behaviour as health consumers
Joan Buckley and Seamus Ó Tuama [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Embedding consumer culture in health and social care education – a university office’s perspective
Lisa J. Ward and Christine A. Rhodes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Telling stories: learning from patients’ and families’ experiences of specialist child and adolescent mental health services
Alka S. Ahuja and Richard Williams [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Viewpoint: let’s teach medical students what patient partnership in clinical practice can be, with the involvement of educationally engaged patients
Jenny Barr, Kathryn Ogden and Kim Rooney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The recognition and valuing of patient knowledge: a way forward
Amanda Henderson and Peter Henderson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]