Here at Community Research, we have lots of experience of helping our clients work with vulnerable audiences, see our Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group case study. We thought we’d share some of our tips for a successful project that enables you to include the voices of those that aren’t easily reached:
2. Engage with gatekeepers: There are a plethora of third… Continue reading
We have seen some useful free consultation and research resources recently, so we wanted to share them with you:
1) Nesta and the Alliance for Useful Evidence has produced a new guide Using research evidence – a practice guide. The publication has been designed to help improve the way people work by using evidence effectively.
2) Sciencewise has:
We are delighted to announce that Community Research has just become an MRS Company Partner. Whilst we have always maintained the highest research standards we felt it was time to publicly commit to those standards. We hope our work speaks for itself, but now our clients along with the stakeholders and members of the public who contribute so much to our projects, can be further assured that we are adhering to the standards and guidance of the world’s leading research association.
Her work has involved people in decisions about the use of health data, the ethics of organ donation, the siting of nuclear power stations, changes to NHS services, mitigating the impacts of high speed rail and the impacts of the Care Act on local authorities and care providers.
Suzannah was previously Head of Public Engagement at the consultancy Office for Public Management (OPM) and Head of Engagement at the Central Office… Continue reading