Help us develop a Community Engagement Research Suitability tool

by | Apr 21, 2023

Help us learn more about what help researchers need to engage with communities.

We are looking for researchers to participate in a 1 hr one-to-one online interview and a 2 hr in-person group workshop on campus, in a project that aims to develop a Community Engagement Research Suitability tool. Interviews are to be held from the 17th of April to 5th of May, on-campus workshop tbc.

We would like to hear from those with and without direct experience of community engagement.

The project aims to discover whether a Community Engagement Research Suitability tool can become an appropriate and sustainable solution that enables researchers to explore and understand the implications of introducing public engagement into their practice. The intention is to co-create the solution – potentially including community engagement definitions and a public engagement matrix – with University of Manchester researchers, which then can be tested on upcoming research projects to determine the scope of community engagement and its impact on decision-making.

This project is being delivered by Noisy Cricket through a Simon Industrial Fellowship.

To get involved, please complete this form.

For more information, please contact