User involvement

Real Lives, Real Difference: service user and carer involvement in professional education

Iriss.fm, episode 46

The Real Lives, Real Difference conference was held at the University of Stirling on 4 June 2013, which focused on the subject of service user and carer involvement in professional education. It involved a presentation from Peter Beresford, who argues that user and carer involvement in professional education is of unprecedented importance and makes possible a transformed approach to occupational roles, education and practice.

Involving young people: messages from research

Iriss.fm, episode 21

Involving young people: messages from research.

Helen Whincup, Teaching Fellow at the University of Stirling, reflects on a qualitative study of young people and their feelings about how they are involved, or not, in assessment and decision making. It was recorded at a Scottish Child Care and Protection Network meeting on 30 April 2012.

Effective user involvement - Peter Beresford

What Works: Putting Research Into Practice

Peter Beresford discusses user involvement in public service design and management has been widely promoted as a means of improving the quality and responsiveness of services. This workshop examines the role of the user in service planning.

Recorded What Works: Putting Research Into Practice.