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LARIA Research Impact Award Winners 2016

The LARIA Research Impact Awards recognise the impact of research as a local level and showcase the very best work of our members. The winners were announced on the first day of the LARIA Conference at our awards dinner.

Best …

LARIA North West 26 October 2017 – summary of event

On Thursday 26 October, Manchester City Council hosted a LARIA North West event to allow local shortlisted and winning entries to the 2017 LARIA Research Impact Awards showcase their work, and a session from Public Health England.

Most engaging presentation …

Award Winner 2017: Essex County Council – From monster mother to local leader

Most engaging presentation of local area research

Essex County Council – From monster mother to local leader

Summary

This project has achieved real impact by engaging decision makers and practitioners through innovative presentation of local area research to coproduce an …

Award Winner 2017: Britain Thinks and Healthy London Partnership – The Great Weight Debate

Best use of social care or health research

Britain Thinks and Healthy London Partnership – The Great Weight Debate

Summary

London’s childhood obesity epidemic is a public health crisis.

Tackling this crisis will require engaging both policy experts and the …

Award Winner 2017: Lancashire Community Safety Partnership

Best use of community safety or policing research

Lancashire Community Safety Partnership: Lancashire County Council and Lancashire Constabulary: Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases presented at partner risk assessment conference (ASBRAC)

Summary

The volume of recorded anti-social behaviour …

Award Winner 2017: Manchester City Council – Troubled Families Evaluation

Summary

Manchester City Council has been tracking 5,000 families over the past 6 years to understand, inform and evidence the delivery of the National Troubled Families programme. The evidence produced in the latest update, provides some of the best evaluation …

2017 LARIA Research Impact Award winners from the North West

Entries from the North West won two categories in the 2017 LARIA Research Impact Awards.

Congratulations go to:

Lancashire County Council for winning ‘Best use of community safety or policing research’ with ‘Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases…

LARIA Research Impact Awards Winners 2017

The LARIA Research Impact Awards recognise the impact of research as a local level and showcase the very best work of our members. The winners were announced on the first day of the LARIA Conference at our awards dinner on …

Award Winner 2016: Oxfordshire County Council – Creative responses to local Data Users’ needs

Most engaging presentation of local area research

Oxfordshire County Council: Creative responses to local Data Users’ needs: Data Stories and R-Area Profiles.

Summary

Oxfordshire County Council has developed new Data Stories following a consultation with local data users. Data Stories …

Awards Winner 2016: Miller Research and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

Best use of social care or health research

Miller Research and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board – Formative evaluation of the ‘In One Place Programme’

Summary

There is a government expectation that public services work more collaboratively; to meet this …

Award Winner 2016: Revealing Reality (ESRO) & Waltham Forest – User needs for children

Best use of Local Area Research: The value of making friends: How a deeper understanding of user need has created a brighter future for children in Waltham Forest

Summary

Ahead of a major new round of commissioning, Revealing Reality was …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research

From Conception to Delivery and Beyond: Lessons Learned through Evaluation of the Auntie Pam’s Pregnancy Advisory Service

Kirklees Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Social Care or Health Research

Summary:

What is Auntie Pam’s?

Auntie Pam’s is …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Community Safety or Policing Research

soLUTioNs Community Safety Partnership Gang Profile

Luton Borough Council and Bedfordshire Police

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Community Safety or Policing Research

Summary:

During 2012/2013, Luton suffered a number of serious youth violent crime incidents, some of …

Award Winner 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research

Using Randomised Controlled Trials to Improve Public Service Outcomes

London Borough of Lambeth

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Best Use of Local Area Research

Lambeth has developed a radical new approach to evidenced-based decision-making, using Randomised Controlled Trials – the …

Award Winner 2015: Most Engaging Presentation of Local Area Research

Imaging Homelessness in a City of Care (Newcastle upon Tyne)

Northumbria University Department of Social Sciences and Languages, supported by Newcastle City Council

LARIA Research Impact Award 2015: Most Engaging Presentation of Local Area Research

Despite growing demand for evidence-based …