Peer Reviewed Journal Publications

  • 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.

Books/Chapters

  • 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 Unpublished report to the BUPA foundation.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 Unpublished Report to Health R&D North West.
  • Litva, A., Canvin, K., Gabbay, M., Jacoby, A. & Bell, P. (2002) Lay and Professional Perceptions of Public Involvement in Clinical Governance. Unpublished End of Award Report to the ESRC. Available at http://www.esrc.ac.uk/my-esrc/grants/R000223398/read

Peer Reviewed Conference Contributions

  • 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.