Adults with intellectual disabilities and their carers as researchers and participants in a RCT.

@article{Turk2012AdultsWI,
  title={Adults with intellectual disabilities and their carers as researchers and participants in a RCT.},
  author={Vicky Turk and Geoffrey Leer and Sarah Burchell and Sukhjinder Khattram and Roslyn Corney and Gillian Rowlands},
  journal={Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities : JARID},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={1-10}
}
BACKGROUND This article describes the process of including people with intellectual disabilities (ID) and carers of people with ID as researchers and participants in randomised controlled trial (RCT) research. People with ID are rarely involved in research about their health, either as researchers or participants. Carers are often included as research informants, but family carers are rarely involved as researchers. METHOD Four teams of researchers each comprising a researcher with ID, a… CONTINUE READING
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