Peer Research in the UK takes an in-depth look at the use of peer research in the UK today. It aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the methodology and advocate for its value as a legitimate and insightful research approach, with the potential to empower peer researchers.

Within the report, you’ll be able to find: The definition of peer research as a methodology and a discussion of its many advantages; A desk review of 48 peer research projects conducted in the UK over the last five years; The challenges and questions practitioners of peer research need to address in order to move the methodology forward; and The current gaps in the application of peer research and suggestions of future directions for the methodology.

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Posted on: 23 October 2020 Authors: Caroline Yang, Zoe Dibb,


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