Research and Conference Proposals - Endorsements and Partnerships
The AoCPP have a long history of research and scholarly partnership. This includes endorsement and partnership in respect of research projects, conferences and publications. As such we welcome applications for research projects and/or conference endorsement/partnership.
To submit an application, please complete the following proforma (Click here to view)
and email it to email@example.com
All applications will be considered against the following criteria (Click here to view)
and will be charged a nominal fee of £50 for the standard consideration timeframe (please note invoices will be submitted on receipt of application, and payment must be received before an application is considered by the AoCPP Research Panel).The Research Panel comprises:
Dr Ciaran Murphy (Chair)
Professor Jermaine Ravalier (Vice Chair)
Julie Baker (Practice Lead)
Dr Michaela Rogers (University of Sheffield)
Dr Helen Richardson-Foster (University of Central Lancashire)
Dr Sarah Shorrock (University of Bradford)
Dr Jenny Driscoll (Kings College London & Co-Editor Child Abuse Review)
Professor Kish Bhatti-Sinclair (University of Chichester & Co-Editor Child Abuse ReviewBenefits of research endorsement:
The benefit of receiving formal endorsement from the AoCPP Research Panel is that it indicates to third parties (i.e., prospective participants; attendees; funding committees; etc) that the proposed project/endeavour was formally considered against the AoCPP Research Panel’s Assessment Criteria (Click here to view)
; that it was judged by the Panel as meeting these criteria; and thus, was, at the point of application, considered to be worthy of endorsement by the AoCPP. Furthermore, all applications which receive endorsement by the AoCPP Research Panel will receive a formal letter notifying applicants of this outcome, which will also include a unique endorsement reference number. Applicants who receive formal endorsement are welcome to share their endorsement letter and/or endorsement reference number in all future aspects of the proposed project/endeavour (including data collection; participant information/consent forms; and in dissemination material). Target Group:
Endorsement of a research project/endeavour may be of interest to anyone engaged in child protection and/or safeguarding research endeavours/knowledge exchange, including, but not limited to: practitioners; academics, PhD and MRes students; research fellows; private, charitable and voluntary organisations; and conference organisers. It is also likely to be of interest to a multi-professional demographic – including social workers; nurses; midwifes; doctors; police officers; etc.
Any questions about the endorsement process or anything else in relation to research can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
and marked FAO AoCPP Research Panel.