Systematic Review Protocol: Peer research methods and best practice: mixed methods review of the health and social sciences literature
Nowland, R., Robertson, L., Roy, A., Sharpe, D., Harris, C., Morocza, N., Farrelly, N. and Larkins, C. 2021. Systematic Review Protocol: Peer research methods and best practice: mixed methods review of the health and social sciences literature. PROSPERO.
|Authors||Nowland, R., Robertson, L., Roy, A., Sharpe, D., Harris, C., Morocza, N., Farrelly, N. and Larkins, C.|
Aim: To identify theoretical principles and practice modes and mechanisms of what works in peer research in the field of health and social sciences, that are generalisable as a basis for designing effective peer research projects, protocols and establishing best practice.
The mixed methods review will scope and synthesise existing knowledge about how to do youth peer research well using the following research questions co-created with experienced youth peer researchers, and academics and third sector partners involved in peer research:
1. What are the different modes and mechanisms of doing peer research? Which of these are valued, by whom, in which contexts and why?
3. What are the opportunities, barriers and tensions in youth peer research and how can these be understood and addressed?
Question 3 focusses specifically on issues identified by experienced peer researchers as critical involving cushions (e.g. supporting with skills; supporting with decision making; supporting and with the emotional impact of the work), credibility, collaboration and change.
|Web address (URL)||https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42021246378|
|Online||15 Apr 2021|
|Publication process dates|
|Submitted||09 Apr 2021|
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