Acknowledging the contributions of people with lived experience in research outputs
Who it's for: Survivors of stroke, family members, carers, researchers
What it involves: Survey
Where: Online (anywhere)
This Flinders University project is coordinated by group from the Health Translation SA Consumer Community Involvement Action Group to work out people’s preferences about acknowledging a person’s lived experience in research outputs (conference presentations, journal articles, etc.).
The group would love your input to help them work out what is best practice to acknowledge lived-experience input on research papers and presentations.
- You have advised or contributed to a research project from the perspective of someone with lived experience; or
- You have worked on a research project with someone with lived experience.
A 5–10 minute survey. Use the following links for more information and to access the survey most relevant for you:
Elizabeth Lynch on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 08 8201 7647