NHS Health Scotland: Cervical Screening Research
Women’s views on changes to the cervical screening programme
We undertook this sensitive research with 100 women across Scotland about their views on cervical screening, for NHS Health Scotland. We carried out a series of focus groups and individual interviews. The work required careful targeting to involve a mix of women across Scotland, and sensitive management of discussions on a complex and personal topic. NHS Health Scotland published the report and a research summary.
Scottish Government: Additional Support for Learning
Research into the experiences of children with Additional Support Needs
This qualitative research explored the educational experiences of pupils with additional support needs and those that support them. The research involved discussions with over 200 individuals, including pupils, parents/carers, school staff and local authority officers. Our team conducted individual interviews with pupils with additional support needs including social, emotional and behavioural needs – at both primary and secondary schools across Scotland. You can read the published report.
Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights
Research into minority ethnic participation in volunteering and the voluntary sector
This qualitative research explored perceptions and reflections on volunteering of minority ethnic people and staff responsible for recruiting and supporting minority ethnic volunteers. The research involved a mixture of focus groups, interviews and surveys. The published report is available here.