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Guidance on the use of social media to actively involve people in research

  Created on Monday, 24 Nov 2014. Posted in Toolkit/Database

This guidance provides information on:

  • different types of social media currently being used to involve the public in research
  • examples of how social media is being used
  • benefits and challenges
  • risks and ethics
  • top tips and things to think about
  • jargon buster and useful reading

Download: Guidance on the use of social media to actively involve people in research