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Title: Including the Voice of Older Adults in Research
Authors: Velzke, Kari
Baumann, Steven L
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Keywords: dementia
participatory research
photo elicitation
Issue Date: Jan-2017
Citation: Velzke K & Baumann SL (2017) Including the Voice of Older Adults in Research, Nursing Science Quarterly, 30 (1), pp. 67-72.
Abstract: The authors of this paper discuss the use of participatory and visual research methods with older adults with daily care needs in the United Kingdom. The comments made by older adults and their caregivers in focus groups provided the narrative for this paper. The authors also discuss how to engage older adults in participatory research. Nursing research and practice both involve evaluating processes to gain a holistic understanding of patients through multiple means of data collection. In other words, how do nurses give voice to otherwise silent older adults, even in cases when their strength and recall is failing?
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