A critical analysis of the implementation of service user involvement in primary care research and health service development using normalization process theory

@inproceedings{Tierney2014ACA,
  title={A critical analysis of the implementation of service user involvement in primary care research and health service development using normalization process theory},
  author={Edel Tierney and R Doug Mcevoy and Mary O'Reilly‐de Br{\'u}n and Tomas de Br{\'u}n and Ekaterina Okonkwo and Michelle T Rooney and Christopher F. Dowrick and Anne Rogers and Anne MacFarlane},
  booktitle={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND There have been recent important advances in conceptualizing and operationalizing involvement in health research and health-care service development. However, problems persist in the field that impact on the scope for meaningful involvement to become a routine - normalized - way of working in primary care. In this review, we focus on current practice to critically interrogate factors known to be relevant for normalization - definition, enrolment, enactment and appraisal. METHOD… CONTINUE READING
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