Peer Research in the UK

Publication Type: Publication

Authors: Caroline Yang, Zoe Dibb (on Maternity Leave)

We’re delighted to be sharing with you a new report – Peer Research in the UK – which 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
  • The current gaps in the application of peer research and suggestions of future directions for the methodology

You can read the report in full here.

If you’d like to discuss the report in further detail or hear about our Peer Research Network, you can drop the team a note at