CPRU produces Review of Measures of Child Development, which looks at the range of existing standardised instruments/tools that could be used as a population measure of children's development at age 2–2 1/2 years.

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Selected Outputs

CPRU and SCIE have joined together to produce a range of materials to support partnership working in child protection. Cross-cutting lead for social care, Amanda Edwards, coordinated the project that focused specifically on liaison between acute paediatric and child protection services.

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Patient and Public Involvement

NCB Young Research Advisors Group

Patient and public involvement is central to the CPRU and is facilitated by the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) Research Centre.

There are two groups that work with CPRU and NCB:

Young NCB Research Advisors

Families Research Advisory Group

CPRU participates in In2science, a placement scheme that helps gifted A-level pupils from low-income backgrounds secure places at leading universities. A range of students have had the opportunity to engage with the activities of our team.

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