This talk took place in April 2014 as part of the TIHR’s ‘Food for Thought’ lunchtime series.
The talk looks at various dimensions of the research:
- First, a description of the service offered by Shift.ms to its users
- Second, the nature and purpose of the evaluation as well as some of the key findings
- And third, a wider discussion of the field including thoughts and reflections generated by the research.
Recording of the talk
Part 1 of the talk:
Video clip referred to during the first part of the talk:
Part 2 of the talk:
Video clip referred to during the second part of the talk:
Part 3 of the talk:
Slides from talk
David Drabble and Matt Gieve are both Researcher/ Consultants at the Tavistock Institute working predominantly on evaluations. Their work covers a wide range of research topics including: online patient feedback, the costs and benefits of possible measures on paternity and filial leave; young people’s mental health, family separation, and relationship support. As social scientists they use sociological and psychological perspectives to understand their research topics.