In November 2017 the Lab received approval for a second project.
Planning for the second project is still in the very early phases and will start in September 2018.
In some ways, the second project will look and feel the same: focusing on a single challenge, building on what is known from both traditional sources of evidence but also from our collective knowledge and lived experience and working collaboratively and creatively with diverse groups of people.
However, because the Lab’s first project on peer support project was a pilot, we’ve had a fantastic opportunity to learn what works and identify what could be better.
Over the summer, we will be teasing out the learning from the first project, reflecting and drawing on the findings from RAND Europe’s evaluation to design the approach for the second project.
Q members will be kept in the loop via the blog and its member-newsletter, Q-municate.
If you’d like us to get in touch over the summer with further details of the second Lab project, get in touch and we’ll add you to our mailing list.