PEP Insights: Interview and Focus Group Volunteer Form

Thank you for your interest in taking part in this study!

You can take part in the following ways:

  • Volunteer to be interviewed: We are looking for a group of Public Engagement Professionals (PEPs) who are prepared to be interviewed for 40 to 60 minutes, about their experiences of our current context, and their hopes and fears for the future.
  • Volunteer to participate in a focus group: We are planning to run two online focus groups to promote discussion and exchange addressing the research questions. Dates tbc
  • Do our survey: Our survey will open w/c 7th December - so look out for it on our website and do fill it in. 

Please fill in this short expression of interest form, and we'll be back in touch soon. Please note, participation in the research is voluntary, and if you are invited to participate in either the interview or focus group you will need to read participant information sheet, and sign a form consenting to being part of the research.

Data Protection

Please read carefully before continuing.

In order to receive your survey response, the NCCPE requires your consent for us to process your personal data. If you choose to give your name or contact details these will only be available to the NCCPE research team. Information you give will be treated as strictly confidential and handled in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The information you submit will be published as part of a report, but confidentiality and anonymity will be maintained and no individual will be identifiable from any publications. By consenting, you agree that your non-personal research data may be used by others for future research. You are assured that the confidentiality of your personal data will be upheld through the removal of any identifiers.

Please see our Privacy Notice for further information on how your personal data will be processed.

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