The Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) is the UK’s leading membership organisation that collects and uses evidence to improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Founded in 2002 by a group of mental health professionals determined to understand the impact of their work, today CORC members include mental health service providers, schools, professional bodies and research institutions from across Europe and beyond.
CORC analyses and interprets data relating to mental health and wellbeing outcomes of more than 400,000 children and young people in the UK, representing the largest data set of this kind worldwide.
CORC central team
CORC Director and Chair of the CORC Board and Committee: Miranda Wolpert
Head of CORC: Matt Barnard
Research Lead: Jenna Jacob
Research Lead (maternity cover): Emma Davies
Practice Lead: Kate Dalzell
Informatics Lead: Benjamin Ritchie
Communications and Engagement (Voice) Lead: Jenny Bloxham
Research Assistant: Elisa Napoleone
Research Assistant: Lily Levy
Research Assistant: Victoria Zamperoni
Regional Officer (Yorkshire and the North East): Sally Marriott
Regional Officer (London and the South): Craig Hamilton
Regional Officer (North West): Alison Ford
Regional Officer (Midlands and West): Alison Ford
CORC for Schools Project Manager: Emma Morgan
Statistician: Andy Whale
Projects and Membership Officer: Danielle Antha
Database Officer: Claudia Kanow
Website and Communications Officer: Rebecca Neale
SIE Support Officer: Alice Kedge
Design and Infographics Consultant: Elizabeth Raby
Slavi Savić works for CORC as design lead.
CORC board and committee
Miranda Wolpert (Chair)
Ashley Wyatt (Vice-chair)
History of CORC
CORC started in 2002 as a joint initiative between five founding services (Bedfordshire & Luton; Leeds; Enfield, Barnet & Haringey; Tavistock & Portman; and Hertfordshire), and was from the outset a collaboration between front-line clinicians, managers and administrative leads in member services. With support from the National CAMHS Support Service (NCSS) and facilitation from the National Institute of Mental Health England (NIMHE), CORC opened to wider membership in April 2004.
CORC expanded to include the regional team in 2014 and moved head office to King's Cross.
For more information please visit the CORC website.