Guidance on Conducting a Partnered Research Study


This section provides practical advice for a service-users, caregivers and research teams interested in conducting or taking part in a partnered research study. It is organized into three phases (before, during, and after) which correspond with the various phases of the research process. This guide focuses on how to best develop from initial research collaborations into long-lasting, mutually beneficial research partnerships, with the aim of encouraging partnered co-design of the health system and health research.

Preparing to Conduct a Partnered Study

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Establishing Relationships | Defining Roles & Expertise 

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Conducting a Partnered Study

 

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Meeting With Partners | Communicating With Partners

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Sharing Research Results With Your Partners

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Sharing Knowledge | Saying Thank You

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