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Public involvement and public engagement: An example of convergent evolution? Findings from a conceptual qualitative review of patient and public involvement, and public engagement, in health and scientific research. (2024)
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Wilkinson, C., Gibson, A., Biddle, M., & Hobbs, L. (2024). Public involvement and public engagement: An example of convergent evolution? Findings from a conceptual qualitative review of patient and public involvement, and public engagement, in health and scientific research. PEC Innovation, 4, Article 100281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pecinn.2024.100281

Patient and public involvement (PPI) in health research is now well-established, whilst science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research has shifted from a focus on science communication alone to public engagement (PE) within its rese... Read More about Public involvement and public engagement: An example of convergent evolution? Findings from a conceptual qualitative review of patient and public involvement, and public engagement, in health and scientific research..

Is there a role for citizen science in death and dying research? (2023)
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Wilkinson, C., Llewellyn, A., & McCabe, C. (2023). Is there a role for citizen science in death and dying research?. Frontiers in Public Health, 11, Article 1241239. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2023.1241239

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought conversations about death and dying to the fore in a way not experienced for generations. This raises questions around perceptions of death and dying; the role of healthcare and the community in care; and the use of... Read More about Is there a role for citizen science in death and dying research?.

‘It’s there, it’s in front of your face if you put on the radio or the TV’: COVID-19, perceptions of death and dying and the context of public engagement (2022)
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Llewellyn, A., Wilkinson, C., McCabe, C., Byron, J., Madel, L., & Wilson, A. (2022). ‘It’s there, it’s in front of your face if you put on the radio or the TV’: COVID-19, perceptions of death and dying and the context of public engagement. Palliative Medicine, 36(1 Suppliment), 3-122. https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163221093145

Background/aims: The COVID-19 pandemic has brought conversations about death and dying to the fore. Prior studies indicate that holding conversations about the future and end of life planning is beneficial but can be very difficult. Therefore, it is... Read More about ‘It’s there, it’s in front of your face if you put on the radio or the TV’: COVID-19, perceptions of death and dying and the context of public engagement.

A reappraisal of public engagement in Oxford during the pandemic: Three case studies (2022)
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Farrell, M., & Wilkinson, C. (2022). A reappraisal of public engagement in Oxford during the pandemic: Three case studies. Research Involvement and Engagement, 8(1), Article 10. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-022-00343-z

Background: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the majority of public engagement with research work moving online. This shift to online engagement is likely to affect inclusivity and diversity in such events and this requires further consideration... Read More about A reappraisal of public engagement in Oxford during the pandemic: Three case studies.