volume 9, issue 2, P50-51 2013
DOI: 10.1177/1747016113489950
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Abstract: Participant-led or -driven research is research that is typically bottom up in nature as opposed to top down researcher-driven, designed and led. It is related to participatory research, where the research participants become researchers as part of the project, but is (in principle, at least) more radical, since participatory research is still typically researcher driven. In the context of health care this may be driven by a shared set of mutual health concerns or simply interest in resolving particular questi…

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