Research Plus+ Clients

A selection of reports in the public domain can be found here.
Our clients include:

National social research clients:

  • DrugScope

Consultancy work helping drug treatment services to develop Action Plans to meet the QuADS (Quality in Alcohol and Drug Services) organisational standards.

Development of a database for evaluating drug services around the country.

  • Kings College London, Social Care Workforce Research Unit
    Assisting with the evaluation of the national pilot for Individual Budgets in social care. Funded by the Department of Health.

IBSEN Final report  

IBSEN Executive summary

IBSEN Summary report

IBSEN Further reports

    Fieldwork and coding for research into international social care workers. Funded by the Department of Health.
    Fieldwork for a SCIE Practice Survey looking at ways to support the mental well being of older people of black and minority ethnic background. Funded by SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence).
    Fieldwork for research into the support provided by social care workers to unpaid family carers. Funded by the National Institute for Health Research, School for Social Care Research.
  • Race Equality Foundation
    Evaluation of the Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities parenting programme.

Reports 2005/6 & 2006/7 SFSC Full report

SFSC Summary Report

  • Tacade and Drugscope
    Evaluation of a national drug education training project on the implementation of ‘The Right Approach: Quality Standards in Drug Education’.
  • TLC Care Services, London
    Postal customer satisfaction survey of clients’ aged 50 to 100+, living in supported housing and receiving enhanced domiciliary care.
  • University of York, Social Policy Research Unit
    Assisting with the evaluation of the national pilot for Individual Budgets in social care. Funded by the Department of Health.

IBSEN Final report

IBSEN Executive summary

IBSEN Summary report

IBSEN Further reports

East Anglia social research clients:

  • Anglia Action / CSV Media
    Evaluation of the ‘Clued Up On Cancer’ campaign.
  • Mental Health Carers Group of the Norfolk LIT (Local Implementation Team for mental health)
    Review of national and local research, government policy and services in Norfolk on how to support, consult with and involve mental health carers.
  • Mosaic Publicity, Colchester / NHS North East Essex Primary Care Trust
    Focus groups on women’s health issues.
  • Mosaic Publicity, Colchester / Essex Cares
    Face to face interviews with members of the public to assess their awareness of Essex Cares and their views on three alternative logos.
  • Norfolk ACRO (Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders)
    Feasibility study for the expansion of a project working with offenders.
  • Norfolk County Council Social Services
    Focus groups with mental health service users on mental health advocacy services.
  • Norfolk County Council Social Services
    IRT: Information Sharing to Improve Services for Children. Analysis of data from an audit of current practice across Norfolk by agencies involved in services for children.
  • Norfolk County Council Social Services and the Norfolk Teenage Pregnancy Coordinator
    Research on vulnerable young people and teenage pregnancy in Norfolk.
  • Norfolk DAAT (Drug and Alcohol Action Team) and Crossroads, Caring for Carers
    Research into the circumstances and support needs of parents / carers of people with a drug or alcohol problem  as part of a research and development project.
  • Norfolk Supporting People Team
    Research on the accommodation and related support needs of offenders and ex-offenders in Norfolk.

NSPT Report

  • North Earlham, Larkman and Marlpit (NELM) Development Trust
    Mapping the drug services in the NELM area of Norwich.

NELM Report

  • Norwich Community Workshop
    Preliminary investigation into support for an IT project.
  • Norwich YMCA
    Report on the analysis of data provided by the Norwich YMCA on pastoral care work in schools.
  • Suffolk County Council Social Services
    IRT: Information Sharing to Improve Services for Children. Analysis of data from an audit of current practice across Suffolk by agencies involved in services for children.
  • The Lord Mayors New Horizon Fund
    An overview of digital and electronic resources for disabled people in Norfolk.

ITDR Report

Business research clients:

  • Buy Local Norfolk / Enterprising Youth
    Hosted the Big Q Survey, an online survey exploring barriers to business growth and the scope for employing young people to enhance business growth.
  • Cookes Pianos and Organs
    Customer Survey.
  • Homeserve Emergency Services Ltd
    Staff Survey.
  • National Probation Service Lincolnshire
    Staff Survey.
    HSE Work Related Stress Survey.
  • National Probation Service Norfolk
    Staff survey.
  • The National Trust East of England
    Visitor survey.

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