Resources

Resources to support consumer and community involvement in research

Resources

Resources to support consumer involvement in research

There are many resources to support you to involve consumers and the community in your research. Here are some key resources to get you started.

Consumer and Community Involvement (CCI) in Health and Medical Research language guide

Language matters and is a great leveller: a shared understanding will support consumers, carers and community members being equal partners in health and medical research.

Download our Consumer and Community Involvement (CCI) in Health and Medical Research language guide that we developed in partnership with Sydney Health Partners.

Co-Production Kick Starter

This is a short guide to get started and become more familiar with co-production research. Published by the Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network.

Working effectively with people with lived experience to design, conduct and promote stroke research

A short course for researchers explaining how to work effectively with people with lived experience in stroke research. Developed by the Stroke Foundation in partnership with people with lived experience with stroke,  stroke researchers and clinicians.

Sydney Health Partners

Sydney Health Partners has some great resources to support consumer involvement in research.

Consumer and Community Involvement Handbook

The Western Australian Health Translation Network has produced a Consumer and Community Involvement Handbook that provides a details guide for how to involve consumers and the community in research.

W&HY NHMRC Research Centre for Adolescent Health

If you are looking for how to involve younger people in your research project, check out the W&HY NHMRC Research Centre for Adolescent Health.