*Two Fantastic Research Participation Oppertunities For Care Leavers*
Have you ever thought of being involved in, or driving social change, policy, and its implementation?
Have you considered doing the above, by way of participating in research?
We know research can drive and informs social policy, and better inform system, like the care system or perhaps aftercare. Today we bring you two unique opportunities that may be of interest to our fellow Care Leavers. The first opportunity, is for Care Leavers aged between 25 and 35 years, which aims to explore educational pathways for adults, to better understand educational journeys, positive, not so and ongoing.
The second is somewhat different, as the researcher is looking to better understand the experience of young Care Leavers at 18, then again six months later and finally again a year later. This type of study is called 'Longitudinal' meaning the aim is to explore the journey over time and at different point of that time. We have added some additional information below, and contact details for the two researchers seeking your participation. Please feel free to drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to further discuss these two opportunities, we would be happy to assist where we can - CLN
Care Leavers' Network, only promotes research opportunities which we feel are 1) needed in terms of gaps in 'Irish Context' research around relevant areas 2) there is the possibility of informing / influencing policy and 3) where an opportunity for active participation can be established. Therefore we are happy to direct our fellow Care Leavers to Eavan and Natalie, as we see their work as a great opportunity not to be missed. If you have a look, then decide it may not be for you, perhaps do as we have here and help spread the word among your network and afford others the opportunity.
We wish you all the very best, including Eavan and Natalie conducting these studies.