HIAT SECTION 2 CASE STUDIES: INTEGRATING AN EQUITY LENS INTO RESEARCH QUESTIONS
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Addressing barriers to participation in a commercial weight management programme faced by people with intellectual disabilities
This case study illustrates how a clear theoretical framework on the structural causes of health inequalities and involvement of lived experience experts can shape the research questions, study design and implementation which as a result, impact on the relevance of recommendations for actions on health inequalities
How to conduct a participatory systematic review and what are the potential challenges
This case study shows how a systematic review project can be informed by an iterative process with participation of people with lived experience on the topic.
Applying an equity lens to the measurement and social distribution of a particular health issue: which groups (defined by social categories) are obese?
This case study reveals the benefits of careful consideration of the equity dimensions of the topic you wish to study, including approaches to measurement, and illustrates the implications of context mapping for question formulation, study design, analysis, and policy/practice recommendations.