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THE ERIC LIBRARY

Luchtenberg, M. L., Maeckelberghe, E. L. M., & Verhagen, A. E. (2020). ‘I actually felt like I was a researcher myself.’ On involving children in the analysis of qualitative paediatric research in the Netherlands. BMJ Open, 10(8), e034433. Abstract: Objectives:

Mercieca, D., & Jones, P. (2018). Use of a reference group in researching children’s views of psychotherapy in Malta. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 44(2), pp. 243-262. This paper offers a critical examination of the positive and negative issues inherent in

Shier, H. (2019). An analytical tool to help researchers develop partnerships with children and adolescents. In I. Berson, M. Berson, & C. Gray (Eds.), Participatory methodologies to elevate children’s voice and agency (pp. 295-316). Charlotte NC: Information Age. Chapter Abstract: All

Gaillard, S., Malik, S., Preston, J., Escalera, B. N., Dicks, P., Touil, N., Mardirossian, S., Claverol-Torres, J., & Kassaï, B. (2018). Involving children and young people in clinical research through the forum of a European Young Persons’ Advisory Group: Needs

Dan, D., David, D., Evie, E., Ollie, O., Thomas, D., & Larkins, C. (2019). Next steps in children and young people’s research, participation and protection from the perspective of young researchers. Journal of Children's Services, 14(3), 186-193. This paper is

Arunkumar, K., Bowman, D. D., Coen, S. E., El-Bagdady, M. A., Ergler, C. R., Gilliland, J. A., Mahmood, A., & Paul, S. (2019). Conceptualizing youth participation in children’s health research: Insights from a youth-driven process for developing a youth advisory

Stokes, T. (2020). Using participatory methods with young children; reflections on emergent ‘ethically important moments’ in school-based research. Irish Educational Studies, 39(3), pp. 375-387. This paper describes and reflects upon three 'ethically important moments' arising during an educational research project