Engaging with seldom heard groups in Healthwatch research

Top tips for engaging diverse communities in your research.
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It is essential that we engage with all people that make up our communities to ensure health and social care services work for everyone.

This guidance sets out how to conduct research with people that often go unheard, including tips on how to talk to people who are under-represented in Healthwatch research. 

It also features examples of how local Healthwatch have engaged seldom heard communities, which you can apply to your own research projects. 


Engaging seldom heard groups in Healthwatch research