Research for All

Volume 6, Issue 1
20 January 2022
Research for All
UCL Press

Table of contents

Collaboration between doctoral researchers and patient research partners: reflections and considerations
Participatory evaluation for large-scale arts programmes: challenges, adaptations and unexpected shifts in culture
A systematic review that evaluates the extent and quality of involving childhood abuse survivors in shaping, conducting and disseminating research in the UK
Water governance in two urban African contexts: agency and action through participatory video
Lessons from working across fields to develop a framework for informed choices
‘Superbugs’: raising public awareness of antimicrobial resistance through a pop-up science shop
Retrospectively evidencing research impact using online data mining
The contribution of a ‘synergic theory of change’ approach to democratising evaluation
Critical topics and good practices for trust in science communication before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
Exploring where science is made in an outdoor and digital museum in a Brazilian university
The challenges of assessing the impact of a comedy programme aimed at improving the mental well-being of young people
A case study from Guyana of adapting engaged research design to promote ‘fairness in knowing’
Science communication herstories: reflecting on the Greek feminist birth control movement of the 1970s and 1980s
Diamond: The Game – a board game for secondary school students promoting scientific careers and experiences
Notes from Archive to AR: towards a creative knowledge exchange
Exploring intergroup conflict and community-based participatory research partnerships over time
Co-creation workshops for developing local community networks during a pandemic
Our Health: exploring interdisciplinarity and community-based participatory research in a higher education science shop
Tea, Technology and Me: a World Café approach to engage people with dementia and their carers about research priorities and policy development in digital technology and artificial intelligence
Bringing research alive through stories: reflecting on research storytelling as a public engagement method
Bringing adult learning principles to university–policy engagement training involving students and policy professionals
Participatory co-design of science communication strategies for public engagement in the US and Ecuador around health behaviour change
Meaningful public engagement in the context of open science: reflections from early and mid-career academics
How can impact strategies be developed that better support universities to address twenty-first-century challenges?
Recruiting and retaining community researchers for a historical research project