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. These rules related to four broad ethical principles that govern the conduct of medical research. These are: – this means the right of • Autonomy people to make their own decisions cence – this means doing • Non-malefi no harm cence – this means acting in • Benefi people’s best interests – this means treating all • Justice people fairly and equally (Beauchamp and Childress, 2001). 120 BEE (RESEARCH) PRINT.indd 120 11/05/2018 16:16 Ethical principles Autonomy – right to choose A Research Handbook for Patient and Public Involvement Researchers Despite these

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.05. Therefore, service users treated by a community mental health team that has been exposed to training will have different outcomes to service users treated by a community mental health team that has not been exposed to training. The null hypothesis (i.e. that there are no statistical differences) can be rejected! A portion of the results reported by the EQUIP trial are provided below. Outcome HCCQ (Support for service-user autonomy) HADS-D (Depression) VSSS (Service satisfaction) Usual Care Intervention Time Mean SD N Mean SD N Baseline 5.06 1.66 272 5

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