The ways in which problems are recognised and defined has a bearing
on the shape and delivery of policies and practices. Qualitative work interpreted
through sociological and anthropological work can help us ensure that the
evidence base is informed by the evidence of those experiencing problems and
attempting to deliver interventions.
We employ a range of qualitative methods in our work including interviews and focus groups and the secondary synthesis of qualitative studies. Good translational work depends on understanding barriers and facilitators to change.
- Adolescent sexual assault: outcomes and follow-up
- ASK SNIFF (Acutely Sick Kid Safety Netting Interventions for Families)
- GPs and child maltreatment
- Obesity - evaluation of family based intervention for overweight
- On the buses
- Parental employment and child health
- Transitions for young people using services