Dearbhaile Slane is a project specialist at The Centre for Effective Services and has worked across several projects involving research, evaluation and implementation support. Prior to joining CES, Dearbhaile worked as a social worker in both the statutory and voluntary and community sectors and is committed to supporting service and policy improvement in these fields.


Involving peer researchers in service evaluations: benefits, opportunities and learning

Day 2, 24 March, 2.30pm

This session is co-delivered by Alison Montgomery and Dearbhaile Slane.


CES (The Centre for Effective Services) aims to improve the lives of people living in Ireland and Northern Ireland by supporting the implementation of excellent public services through evidence informed policy and practice. CES works with government departments and service providers to design, develop, implement and evaluate public policies and services.  CES is a not for profit, all island organisation.


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