Research for All

Volume 2, Issue 2
01 July 2018
Research for All
UCL Press

Table of contents

Editorial: Creating the conditions for engagement to thrive179
Charting a course to an emerging field of 'research engagement studies': A conceptual meta-synthesis185
Providing evidence of impact from public engagement with research: A case study from the UK's Research Excellence Framework (REF)230
Impact arising from sustained public engagement: A measured increase in learning outcomes244
A conceptual review of family involvement in acute mental health treatment: Methodology and personal reflections257
Making the invisible visible: Engaging school children in monitoring air pollution in London267
'It's my diabetes': Co-production in practice with young people in delivering a 'perfect' care pathway for diabetes289
Somerstown Stories and the benefits of using a design charette for community engagement304
The public-engaged scientists: Motivations, enablers and barriers313
Fostering independent research skills and critical enquiry among school students: A case study of a school–university partnership to support the Extended Project Qualification323
The challenges of patient and public involvement in medical technology and in-vitro diagnostic research335
Does a theory of action approach help teachers engage in evidence-informed self-improvement?347
Citizen scientist community engagement with the HiggsHunters project at the Large Hadron Collider359
Scaling up community-based research: A case study374
Virtual centrality: Young people making meaning from research in a widening participation context393