Coproduction in disability research: developing future strategies

  • Lead partner: Disability Wales
  • Partner Organisation: Wales National Advisory Group, Wales School for Social Care Research, Swansea University, HOLI (Welsh for Enquire)
  • DRILL Funding:  
  • Twitter: @Disability Wales
  • Contact: Ruth Nortey
  • Phone: 02920 887 325
  • Email: [email protected]

About the research

Wales’ research project will be a qualitative study exploring the benefits and challenges associated in working with peer researchers. Specifically, we set out to answer the following research question: “What has DRILL learned about working with peer researchers through the work of DRILL-funded projects?”

The project will provide an opportunity to build on the findings and networks established through DRILL. Using DRILL funded projects as case-studies, , we aim to analyse the barriers and possible solutions to working with peer researchers.

We will pay particular attention to language used, by critically analysing the term ‘peer researcher’ and if appropriate, will explore and recommend terminology more suited to the philosophy of coproduced research.

This project will be contributing towards the development of approaches to working with peer researchers within and outside of academia. In doing so, the project will help to strengthen and sustain the independent living movement, more broadly.

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