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Collaborating to advocate for patients through research

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Patient and Carer Experiences of Functional Electrical Stimulation eResearch: the open access repository of the research output of Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh This is an author-formatted version of a conference presentation published as: Accessed from: Copyright © and Moral Rights for this article are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. Bulley, Catherine (2008) Collaborating to advocate for patients through research. In: CIHR Research Into Practice Seminar Series, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Facility, Edinburgh. (Unpublished) Repository Use Policy The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties for personal research or study, educational or not-for-profit purposes providing that: The full-text is not changed in any way A full bibliographic reference is made A hyperlink is given to the original metadata page in eResearch eResearch policies on access and re-use can be viewed on our Policies page: Collaborating to advocate for patients through research Dr Cathy Bulley, Queen Margaret University CIHR Research into Practice Seminar Series 27/03/08 This seminar aims to: • Describe the journey of a collaborative project from idea to dissemination • Describe the journey of a research team in relation to capacity and capability • Provide time for questions and discussion, particularly about ways of facilitating such journeys Capacity & Capability Dictionary definitions: • CAPACITY: the maximum amount that something can contain or produce; the ability or power to do something • CAPABILITY: the power or ability t

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