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Young Canadians are asking to be included in research — here's how to engage them

By Roberta L. Woodgate, Canadian Research Chair (Tier 1) in Child & Family Engagement in Health Research & Healthcare, University of Manitoba
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Young people have a right to be engaged, and a right to be heard in research. When young people’s voices are included in the research process, the result is richer and more relevant research evidence.The Conversation

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