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Helen Brooks and Penny Bee

such cases local opinion leaders and interactive educational meetings, facilitated by a mix of academic and service user/ carer researchers, can be a powerful way of raising awareness and stimulating the momentum for practice change. To encourage wider roll-out of the outputs of research, teams may in addition consider holding a stakeholder conferences to engage regional or national audiences. In certain cases, they may also consider establishing online knowledge repositories with downloadable resources that link directly to patient and professional networks or

in A research handbook for patient and public involvement researchers