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Using the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework to assess the impact of public involvement in a mental health research context: A reflective case study

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title = "Using the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework to assess the impact of public involvement in a mental health research context: A reflective case study",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: We assess the utility of the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework (PiiAF) as a resource to support research teams in assessing the impact of Public Involvement across diverse research and public involvement (PI) contexts. PiiAF was developed in response to a well-documented growth in Public Involvement in health research in the United Kingdom that demands a more sophisticated evidence base to demonstrate its impact.DESIGN: We used a reflective case study approach drawing on contemporaneous meeting notes, PiiAF website resources and retrospective reflections to describe how PiiAF helped us to develop an impact assessment plan of the PI in a university-based mental health research centre.DISCUSSION: We consider key aspects of our experiences of using PiiAF as a tool to help us design an impact assessment of PI, interpret these experiences with reference to relevant theory and research and share insights that may be useful to other teams considering using PiiAF.CONCLUSION: These insights include understanding the commitment of time and effort required to develop effective PI impact assessment plans; the flexibility of PiiAF and its ability to be used in a range of research and PI contexts; and the advantages of involving all stakeholders (including the public) in the development of an PI assessment plan.",
keywords = "impact assessment, Public involvement impact Assessment Framework, Public Involvement in research, reflective case study",
author = "Michelle Collins and Rita Long and Anthony Page and Jennie Popay and Fiona Lobban",
year = "2018",
month = dec,
doi = "10.1111/hex.12688",
language = "English",
volume = "21",
pages = "950--963",
journal = "Health Expectations",
issn = "1369-6513",
publisher = "Wiley",
number = "6",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Using the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework to assess the impact of public involvement in a mental health research context

T2 - A reflective case study

AU - Collins, Michelle

AU - Long, Rita

AU - Page, Anthony

AU - Popay, Jennie

AU - Lobban, Fiona

PY - 2018/12

Y1 - 2018/12

N2 - BACKGROUND: We assess the utility of the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework (PiiAF) as a resource to support research teams in assessing the impact of Public Involvement across diverse research and public involvement (PI) contexts. PiiAF was developed in response to a well-documented growth in Public Involvement in health research in the United Kingdom that demands a more sophisticated evidence base to demonstrate its impact.DESIGN: We used a reflective case study approach drawing on contemporaneous meeting notes, PiiAF website resources and retrospective reflections to describe how PiiAF helped us to develop an impact assessment plan of the PI in a university-based mental health research centre.DISCUSSION: We consider key aspects of our experiences of using PiiAF as a tool to help us design an impact assessment of PI, interpret these experiences with reference to relevant theory and research and share insights that may be useful to other teams considering using PiiAF.CONCLUSION: These insights include understanding the commitment of time and effort required to develop effective PI impact assessment plans; the flexibility of PiiAF and its ability to be used in a range of research and PI contexts; and the advantages of involving all stakeholders (including the public) in the development of an PI assessment plan.

AB - BACKGROUND: We assess the utility of the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework (PiiAF) as a resource to support research teams in assessing the impact of Public Involvement across diverse research and public involvement (PI) contexts. PiiAF was developed in response to a well-documented growth in Public Involvement in health research in the United Kingdom that demands a more sophisticated evidence base to demonstrate its impact.DESIGN: We used a reflective case study approach drawing on contemporaneous meeting notes, PiiAF website resources and retrospective reflections to describe how PiiAF helped us to develop an impact assessment plan of the PI in a university-based mental health research centre.DISCUSSION: We consider key aspects of our experiences of using PiiAF as a tool to help us design an impact assessment of PI, interpret these experiences with reference to relevant theory and research and share insights that may be useful to other teams considering using PiiAF.CONCLUSION: These insights include understanding the commitment of time and effort required to develop effective PI impact assessment plans; the flexibility of PiiAF and its ability to be used in a range of research and PI contexts; and the advantages of involving all stakeholders (including the public) in the development of an PI assessment plan.

KW - impact assessment

KW - Public involvement impact Assessment Framework

KW - Public Involvement in research

KW - reflective case study

U2 - 10.1111/hex.12688

DO - 10.1111/hex.12688

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 29696740

VL - 21

SP - 950

EP - 963

JO - Health Expectations

JF - Health Expectations

SN - 1369-6513

IS - 6

ER -