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An ethical framework for co-production of research

Introduction by Croakey: In a webinar today hosted by the Consumers Health Forum, Minister for Health, Mark Butler, stressed his commitment to “raising the consumer voice” in the health sector, which he acknowledged was far too often dominated by narrow sectional interests.

“We constantly have to discipline ourselves to keep interests of consumers at the front of our mind,” he said.

In the light of this, the Minister might be interested in reading the latest issue of the journal Public Health Research & Practice, which focuses on improving the co-production of research.

Read the article in Croakey and the full paper in PHRP here.