We are looking for parents to take part in the project. We want to know your views and experiences of the way that information about families is collected and used by policy-makers and service providers.
There are two ways you can take part:
- As part of a group discussion – If you are a parent (of at least one child aged 16 or under) you can take part in an online group discussion that will last about 45 minutes.
- In a one-to-one discussion -If you are a parent (of at a least one child aged 16 or under) and have had contact with family support services (this may be children’s social work services, early years or a voluntary organisation that supports families) you can take part in an individual discussion with us that will last about 45 minutes, either online or by phone.
All group and individual participants will receive a £25 e-voucher in thanks for their time and trouble, and we can provide a top-up voucher for participants using pay-as-you-go.
The research has ethical approval from the University of Southampton.
If you would like to receive further information or talk about the possibility of participating in the research, please contact Sarah Gorin, University of Southampton at firstname.lastname@example.org