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Moving improvement research closer to practice: the Researcher-in-Residence model
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    Moving Beyond Tokenism: a public health response on Researcher in Residence models

    Marshall et al's (2014) paper was highlighted as an exemplar of stakeholder participation by a speaker at a recent public health research conference, held in Newcastle. Participants gave useful feedback about many of the core issues raised, which we reflect here.

    Marshal et al's (2014) 'Researcher in Residence' models are suggested as a means of co-engaging academics and practitioners in the promotion of evide...

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