Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Research Projects

Find out about all the fabulous Postdoctoral Research Projects currently going on in our thriving community of CRSJ and Boingboing research students. Our research community specialises in co-productive research which engages with community members to conduct research together as co-researchers. If you are interested in learning more about what co-produced research entails a group of young Resilience Revolution Researchers have put together a fantastic guide to co-producing research which is a great place to start. The guide presents youth-led advice on how to design and facilitate meaningful co-produced projects. 

Secondary schools engagement with parents and carers: Project summary

Secondary schools engagement with parents and carers: Project summary

Co-produced with parents and carers, the purpose of this research is to better understand what parents/carers in Blackpool think about how schools in their area engage with them and if schools can do more to improve this. We want to make sure that we provide the opportunity for parents/carers to voice their views and to help their children’s learning in school and at home.

Secondary schools engagement with parents and carers: Taking part in a co-produced study

Secondary schools engagement with parents and carers: Taking part in a co-produced study

We are looking for participants in Blackpool to take part in a research study about school engagement in secondary education. We would particularly like to hear from parents/carers on a low-income or on benefits and professionals who work or have previous experience in a secondary school. This page tells you more about the study and how to take part.

How can patients, the public and health professionals work better together?

How can patients, the public and health professionals work better together?

In this blog Debbie Hatfield, postdoctoral fellow with Boingboing and the Centre of Resilience for Social Justice, talks about her research and what she hopes it will achieve. Debbie’s work includes promoting and developing her PhD findings which looked at patient and public engagement and involvement for commissioning health services.

Climate change and mental health: Project summary

Climate change and mental health: Project summary

Co-produced with young people who are part of the Blackpool Resilience Revolution, this research examines how climate change affects the mental wellbeing of young people as well as co-developing resources that aim to increase resilience during climate change.

How do employers best support ex-offenders’ resilience in the workplace: Taking part

How do employers best support ex-offenders’ resilience in the workplace: Taking part

We are looking for ex-offenders aged 25-70 to take part in this study. This research will be co-produced with a team of ex-offenders to understand what resilient moves employers can make when employing ex-offenders. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a part of this team you can follow the link on this page for more information.

Climate change and mental health: Taking part in group workshops

Climate change and mental health: Taking part in group workshops

We are looking for young people aged 10 -18 based in Blackpool to take part in this study. The research aims to understand young people’s opinions and feelings about climate change. If you or someone you know is interested you can use the information on this page to help you decide about taking part.

Climate change and mental health: Taking part in interviews

Climate change and mental health: Taking part in interviews

We are looking for young people aged 10 -18 based in Blackpool to take part in this study. The research aims to understand young people’s opinions and feelings about climate change. If you or someone you know is interested you can use the information on this page to help you decide about taking part.

Climate change and mental health: Aims and objectives

Climate change and mental health: Aims and objectives

Co-produced with young people who are part of the Blackpool Resilience Revolution, this research examines how climate change affects the mental wellbeing of young people as well as co-developing resources that aim to increase resilience during climate change.

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