Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: How to Cope When Your Research Does Not Go to Plan

Karen Rodham, Jeffrey Gavin, Neil Coulson, Leon Watts

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People living with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) experience frustration with the lack of knowledge and understanding of CRPS as a pain condition. In this case study, we explain how we worked with a group of people living with CRPS with the intention of helping them create a Wikipedia page about CRPS written by them, for people like them. We share what happened when our participants did not engage. We show you how we found a solution and, in so doing, show how you can be creative when facing research challenges, yet still meet the essence of the original goal of the research.
LanguageEnglish
JournalSAGE Research Methods Cases
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StatusPublished - 2018

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Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: How to Cope When Your Research Does Not Go to Plan. / Rodham, Karen; Gavin, Jeffrey; Coulson, Neil; Watts, Leon.

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