Nina Fudge

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OBJECTIVES To understand how the policy of user involvement is interpreted in health service organisations and to identify factors that influence how user involvement is put into practice. DESIGN Ethnographic study using participant observation, interviews, and collection of documentary evidence. SETTING A multiagency modernisation programme to improve(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Development of interventions to manage patients with stroke after discharge from the hospital requires estimates of need. This study estimates the prevalence of self-reported need in community-dwelling stroke survivors across the United Kingdom. METHODS We conducted a survey of stroke survivors 1 to 5 years poststroke recruited(More)
BACKGROUND It is a UK policy requirement to involve patients and the public in health research as active partners. OBJECTIVE We reviewed published reports of studies which involved older people in commissioning, prioritizng, designing, conducting or disseminating research. Search strategy and selection criteria: systematic searches of databases (PubMed,(More)
AIRNET was a thematic network project (2002-2004) initiated to stimulate the interaction between researchers in air pollution and health in Europe. As part of AIRNET's communication strategy, a standardized workshop model was developed to organize national meetings on air pollution and health (AIRNET network days) . Emphasis was given to tailor the national(More)
INTRODUCTION Translational research is central to international health policy, research and funding initiatives. Despite increasing use of the term, the translation of basic science discoveries into clinical practice is not straightforward. This systematic search and narrative synthesis aimed to examine factors enabling or hindering translational research(More)
This paper examines citizen participation in health research, where funders increasingly seek to promote and define 'patient and public involvement' (PPI). In England, the focus of our study, government policy articulates a specific set of meanings attached to PPI that fuse patients' rights and responsibilities as citizens, as 'consumers' and as 'lay(More)
OBJECTIVES Gender inequity has persisted in academic medicine. Yet equity is vital for countries to achieve their full potential in terms of translational research and patient benefit. This study sought to understand how the gender equity programme, Athena SWAN, can be enabled and constrained by interactions between the programme and the context it is(More)
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