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Research Partnership Masterclass

TRiCC Research Partnership Masterclass - in association with the Children's Research Network

Trinity Research in Childhood Centre are pleased to announce the launch of our new Research Partnership Masterclass series. These lunchtime events are open to all and feature projects involving collaborations between Trinity researchers and partners in civil society. Our scope is wide and inclusive, featuring projects across Trinity’s three faculties with the common theme of better understanding and improving the lives of children through innovative and cutting edge research.

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Research Partnership Masterclass - 14th May 2019 - Schools of Social Work/Social Policy and Psychology, Trinity College Dublin and the Daughters of Charity Child and Family Services

Date and Time: Tuesday 14th May 2019, 13:00 - 14:00

Location: TRiSS Seminar Room, Trinity College Dublin

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The first in the series features a partnership between the Schools of Social Work/Social Policy and Psychology and the Daughters of Charity Child and Family Services.

Do families benefit from therapeutic services delivered in family centres and early education centres? Using a suite of standardised measures, we have sought to establish what benefits to families may accrue. The results are intended to inform the further development of services so as to better meet the needs of families and are revealed in our recent publication: Why Measures Matter: Charting change in the lives of children and families.

Professor Trevor Spratt (Co-Director of Trinity Research in Childhood Centre) and Dr Tracey Monson (Director of Services, Daughters of Charity Child and Family Services) reflect on both the results of their endeavours to answer the research questions and the value of relationship building in making such successful joint enterprises possible

Read or Download the Why Measures Matter Report