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Engagement with research goes further than participation in it. Engaged individuals and communities initiate research, advise, challenge or collaborate with researchers. Their involvement is always active and they have a crucial influence on the conduct of the research.

Research for All is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on research that involves universities and communities, services or industries working together. Contributors and readers are from both inside and outside of higher education. They include researchers, policymakers, managers, practitioners, community-based organizations, schools, businesses and the intermediaries who bring these people together. The journal highlights the potential in active public engagement for robust academic study, for the development of involved communities, and for the impact of research. It explores engagement with different groups and their cultures, and features theoretical and empirical analysis alongside authoritative commentary to explore a range of themes that are key to engaged research including the development of reciprocal relationships, sector-specific communication and participatory action research. The journal is co-sponsored by the UCL Institute of Education and the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement.

The journal welcomes relevant articles. See the publication homepage for details, or contact [email protected]

Publisher: UCL IOE Press in association with National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE)

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Volume 2, Number 2, July 2018

Editorial

Open Access Editorial: Creating the conditions for engagement to thrive
pp. 179-184(6)
Authors: Duncan, Sophie; Oliver, Sandy

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Articles

Open Access Impact arising from sustained public engagement: A measured increase in learning outcomes
pp. 244-256(13)
Authors: McLaughlin, James; Boothroyd, Lynda; Philipson, Peter

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Open Access A conceptual review of family involvement in acute mental health treatment: Methodology and personal reflections
pp. 257-266(10)
Authors: Dirik, Aysegul; Barrett, Katherine; Bennison, Gerry; Collinson, Sue; Sandhu, Sima

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Open Access Making the invisible visible: Engaging school children in monitoring air pollution in London
pp. 267-288(22)
Authors: Varaden, Diana; McKevitt, Christopher; Barratt, Benjamin

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Open Access 'It's my diabetes': Co-production in practice with young people in delivering a 'perfect' care pathway for diabetes
pp. 289-303(15)
Authors: Sharpe, Darren; Green, Emma; Harden; Freer, Rachelle; Moodambail, Abdul; Towndrow, Steven

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Open Access Somerstown Stories and the benefits of using a design charette for community engagement
pp. 304-312(9)
Authors: Andrews, Martin; Court, Sharon; Goodman, David

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Open Access The public-engaged scientists: Motivations, enablers and barriers
pp. 313-322(10)
Authors: Cerrato, Simona; Daelli, Valentina; Pertot, Helena; Puccioni, Olga

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Open Access The challenges of patient and public involvement in medical technology and in-vitro diagnostic research
pp. 335-346(12)
Authors: Uchegbu, Ijeoma; Sato, Momoko; Allam, Alison; Buckle, Peter; Hanna, George

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Open Access Citizen scientist community engagement with the HiggsHunters project at the Large Hadron Collider
pp. 359-373(15)
Authors: Barr, A..J.; Haas, A.; Kalderon, C.W.

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Open Access Scaling up community-based research: A case study
pp. 374-392(19)
Authors: Elson, Peter; Wamucii, Priscilla; Hall, Peter

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