When equity is central to research: Implications for researchers and consumers in the research team

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This paper is a response to our recognition that approaches to equity and consumer involvement in research differed in emphasis between our researchers and jurisdictions. Whilst we shared common aspirations we varied in our priorities between equity groups and methods to represent consumer interests. New Zealand has a historical focus on equity for indigenous Maori and shares with Canada concern about enduring inequalities that affect people’s lives.

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Sheridan, N., Kenealy, T., Stewart, L., Lampshire, D., Robust, T. T., Parsons, J., … Connolly, M. (2017). When equity is central to research: Implications for researchers and consumers in the research team. International Journal of Integrated Care, 17(2). https://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.2512

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