Rugkåsa, J., Canvin, K. (2011) Researching Mental Health in Minority Ethnic Communities: Reflections on Recruitment, Qualitative Health Research 21(1): 132-43. DOI: 10.1177/1049732310379115
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Shepherd, M., Jacoby, A. Gabbay, M. (2009) Lay Perceptions of the Desired Role and Type of User Involvement in Clinical Governance. Health Expectations 12(1): 81-91. DOI: 10.1111/j.1369-7625.2008.00530.x
Canvin, K., Jacoby, A. (2006) Duty, Desire or Indifference? Patient decisions about recruitment to an epilepsy treatment trial. Trials 7(1). DOI: 10.1186/1745-6215-7-32
Litva, A., Gabbay, M., Canvin, K., & Jacoby, A. (2003) Public involvement in clinical governance. Clinical Governance Bulletin 4 (4): 2-3.
Hodgson, P. & Canvin, K. (2005) Translating Health Policy Into Research Practice, in Lesley Lowes & Ian Hulatt (eds), Service Users’ Involvement in Health and Social Care Research. Abingdon, Routledge.
Bartlett, A. & Canvin, K. (2003) ‘User Views and Ethical Issues in Qualitative Method’ In Gwen Adshead & Chris Brown (eds), Ethical Issues in Forensic Mental Health Research. London, Jessica Kingsley.
Other Research Reports
Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Buck, D. (2004) Understanding epilepsy patients’ decisions about participation in randomised controlled trials. Unpublished report to the BUPA foundation.
Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Hunter, R. (2003) Final Report Of An Evaluation of the Impact of the Regional R&D Fund on Research Capability Building. Unpublished Report to Health R&D North West.
Canvin, K. & Rugkåsa, J. Special measures? Qualitative interviews with people with (severe) mental illness and their carers. Paper presented at the Mental Health Qualitative Research Network seminar, London, UK, 23 September 2013.
Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K.Why Use Qualitative Methods in the Study of CTOs? Invited presentation at the Annual National Conference on Coercion in the Community, Oslo, Norway, 22-23 March 2010.
Rugkåsa, J. & Canvin, K.Practical Issues in Recruiting Participants from Minority Ethnic Groups. Studying ethnic minorities – methodological approaches in qualitative research. Danish National Institute of Social Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 2007.
Hodgson, P. & Canvin, K. What does health research mean to consumers? British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, Edinburgh, September 2006.
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Gabbay, M., Jacoby, A., Bell, P. Who should be involved: Lay and Professional Perceptions of Public Involvement in the Quality of Healthcare Delivery. International Conference for Quality in Healthcare, Amsterdam 2004.
Canvin, K. & Hodgson, P. Researching with consumers: Overcoming obstacles and recognising limitations. Consumers in NHS Research: Making a Difference, Harrogate 2002.
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. Is Clinical Governance just too ‘airy fairy’ for the public to grasp? Professional and Lay views of public involvement in Clinical Governance. Clinical Excellence Conference, Birmingham, November 2002.
Canvin, K., Litva, A., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. Professional perceptions of clinical governance in primary care: From “accountability” to “zero” effect on public perceptions of the NHS. Clinical Excellence Conference, Birmingham, November 2002; Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Liverpool, September 2002; British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2002; The Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Conference, Birmingham, July 2002.
Litva, A., Canvin, K. Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. Should the public be involved in Clinical Governance? 19th International Conference of the International Society for Quality in Health Care, Paris, November 2002.
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., Gabbay, M. Prioritising quality: Lay and professional perceptions of public involvement in Clinical Governance in Primary Care. 4th International Conference on Priorities in Health Care, Oslo, September 2002.
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., & Gabbay, M. ‘Clinical Governance is just too airy fairy for people to grasp’: Exploring professional and lay views of public involvement in Clinical Governance. The Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Conference, Birmingham, July 2002.
Litva, A., Canvin, K., Jacoby, A., & Gabbay, M. Grasping at Straws: Exploring Professionals’ Views of Public Involvement. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September 2001.