Populations in trials and other research do not often represent the population that suffers from the condition or illness being studied, and often the people omitted from the research as those disproportionally experiencing inequalities in health and social care. Complex interventions are interventions with a number of interacting parts, and due to this, may lead to further exclusion of under-served groups. Socioeconomic disadvantage is linked to health inequalities, and also intersection with other under-served groups.
This scoping review aims to identify key concepts around including or undertaking research in complex intervention development and evaluation for socioeconomically disadvantaged groups/individuals.
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