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Project: EPs experiences of stakeholder involvement in the ‘review / evaluate’ stage of consultative problem solving

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Collaboration between EPs and stakeholders can lead to lasting and real-world change, but there is currently a lack of information about how EPs involve stakeholders (CYP, teachers and parents) in the ‘review and evaluate’ stage of problem solving.

How you can help

If you are a qualified, HCPC registered EP, complete this online survey which will take around 5 minutes.

Project focus

Exploring EPs experiences of how they involve stakeholders in reviewing and evaluating stages of problem solving, and their views on how the UEL problem-solving cycle can therefore be improved.

Researchers

Atika Rahal, Arran Nurse, Hannah Gilson, Mick Doyle, Siobhan O’Leary – Trainee EPs at the University of East London.

Contact: If you have any queries, please feel free to email Siobhan O’Leary

Research questions

  • What are EPs experiences of involving stakeholders in the review and evaluate stage of problem solving?
  • How do EPs think stakeholders can be involved in the review and evaluate stage of consultative problem-solving?

Involvement

Online survey open to all HCPC registered qualified EPs.

Deadline

Friday 25th February 2022



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