Community Research Partnerships Learning Programme

Are you involved in community research partnerships? Then why not get involved in the Community Research Partnerships Learning Programme research project! 

The NCCPE, The Young Foundation and a consortium of partners have been commissioned by UKRI to conduct an exploration of the professional development of individuals involved in community research projects. Ranging from community engagement with research to co-production of research, the project will consider the nature of professional development of individuals involved in partnerships between communities, research and innovation.

1. The programme approach

Find out more about our approach to this work

2. Get involved in the research

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The programme approach

The project includes:
A rapid evidence review, to gather and analyse our existing knowledge in this area and inform the co-design process.
Interviews and focus groups with key stakeholders to capture insights, experiences and suggestions to feed into the co-design process.
A co-design process to create potential interventions to support individuals involved in community university partnerships
A programme committee of engagement and professional development experts, to help interpret the data and develop a set of options for effective sector interventions.


Project Partners

Get involved in the research

Throughout this project we will work with community organisations, engaged researchers, public engagement professionals (PEPs) and funders to inform and shape the work.

Future opportunities to take part

  • Interviews - more information coming soon
  • Rapid Evidence Review - more information coming soon
  • Co-design process - more information coming soon

If you'd like to be kept informed of upcoming opportunities to take part in this project, please fill in this short expression of interest form and we'll be back in touch soon.

Expression of interest form