WH&Y authors: Mia Cox, Professor Philippa Collin, Maia Giordano, Betty Nguyen, Grace McGowan, Emily Morrison, Gerard-Lachlan Abadines & Bethlehem Mekonnen
With the support of Professor Kate Steinbeck.
There is growing evidence that health research on issues affecting young people is better when young people are engaged across all research phases: from agenda-setting to translation into policy and service design and delivery. We have developed a suite of resources to guide and support researchers in engaging and collaborating with young people. Regardless of what phase of research you are in, these resources provide simple and practical steps which can help you engage with young people in ways that are respectful, meaningful and inclusive.
How to use these resources
Start by reading the Introduction in the Guidebook to understand why youth engagement in health research matters, and how supporting youth participation can benefit the research process and outcomes. From there, you can pick the different Guidebook sections relevant to your research. These are structured around a three-step implementation model: prepare, connect, and reflect. You will find within these sections further links to articles, background information, case studies, tools, templates, tips and checklists which will step you through practical considerations.
RESPECTFUL PRACTICE CARDS
|Download RESPECTFUL PRACTICE AND CARE INTERSECTIONALITY||Download CHRONIC ILLNESS|
|Download BUILDING RESEARCH PRIDE|
|Download RESEARCH CAROUSEL||Download FUTURE SCENARIOS|
- Case Study: Youth-led Advocacy for Respectful and Inclusive Health Research
- Guiding and Co-Researching Youth-Centred Indicators of Health
- Case study: Co-Researching Young People’s Priorities – the ‘Youth Health Matters’ project
- Safeguarding Young People
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Recruiting Young People
- Project Meetings
- Key Considerations for Delivering Research Activities
- Getting Started
- Terms of Reference
- Role Description
- Induction Presentation
- Feedback Form
- Certificate of Appreciation
- Letter of Thanks & Impact
About The Authors
Mia Cox is a Research Officer at the Young and Resilient Research Centre at Western Sydney Universit...
Philippa Collin is a Professor at the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University...
Maia Giordano is the Executive Officer of the Australian Association for Adolescent Health (AAAH). S...
Betty Nguyen graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Art...
Hello! My name is Grace McGowan, I am 19 years of age and have just commenced my first year of terti...
Hi, my name is Emily I am currently a university student studying clinical science. From a young age...
Gerard is currently in year 12, his final year of high school. Favourite subjects in school include ...
Hello my name is Bethlehem, but most call me Betty! I am a recent graduate of bachelor's of Medic...