Learn what the best evidence can tell us about what works for children and families from pregnancy to pre-school.
This event gives you the chance to help shape the future research agenda. Quality research evidence has the power to transform lives. We want to make sure that "what works" research is driven by and for the organisations, communities, and families that you represent. Join us to have your say in what questions need to be asked and answered by the best quality research.
The What Works Summit Series
The Campbell Centre UK & Ireland at Queens University Belfast working with the Wales Centre for Public Policy, What Works Scotland, the Alliance for Useful Evidence and the What Works Network to increase the impact of the What Works Network across the UK.
This ESRC-funded project involves running a series of six summits for policymakers and practitioners in Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, each of which will focus on a key issue that draws on evidence from at least two What Works Centres. The project aims to:
- Share knowledge and learning across What Works Centres
- Encourage cross-jurisdictional learning and test out ways in which What Works Centres can engage effectively with devolved administrations
- Improve access to What Works outputs by policymakers and practitioners in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Wednesday 13th of February 2019 9:30am - 4:30pm
Riddel Hall, Stranmillis, Belfast
- Tom McBride, Director of Evidence at Early Intervention Foundation
- Matthew van Poortvliet, Head of Programmes at Educational Endowment Foundation
- James Jagroo, Senior Analyst at National Institute for Health and Social Care Excellence (NICE)