Payment for being an involved service user/carer. Sue Hinder & Sara Morris 26 January 2006. Background. Offering payment to recognise value of people’s contribution is seen as good practice. Recently more guidelines have become available: INVOLVE (2003)
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Sue Hinder & Sara Morris
26 January 2006
Offering payment to recognise value of people’s contribution is seen as good practice.
Recently more guidelines have become available:
Department of Health. Cooley A & Lawrence Z (2006) Reward and Recognition. The principles and practice of service user payment and reimbursement in health and social care. A guide for service providers, service users and carers. Department of Health
Lennox A et al. A practical guide for involving the public in health and social care services. Leicestershire, Northamptonshire & Rutland Workforce Development Confederation
Ryan T & Bamber C (2002) Pricing participation: A survey of organisational payment practice to users and carers for expenses time given in service development and delivery. Working Briefing paper version 1. North West Mental Health development Centre.
Steel R (2003) A guide to paying members of the public actively involved in research. INVOLVE
Service User Research Group England (2005) Guidance for Good Practice: Service User Involvement in the UK Mental Health Research Network.
Turner M and Beresford P (2005) Contributing on equal terms: Service user involvement and the benefits system.Adult services report 08.Social Care Institute for ExcellenceSocial Care Institute for Excellence, London