What is embedded research?
Embedded research involves co-locating researchers within non-academic organisations. It is increasingly seen as a powerful way to link research and researchers with practice and practitioners.
This is particularly the case in health and social care, where embedded research can help develop more effective services by encouraging greater interaction between researchers and those responsible for planning, evaluating and delivering services.
Watch our introduction to embedded research.
What’s on this website?
This site has a range of resources to help you when considering embedded research, including
- a framework for designing embedded research initiatives
- a resource pack to help with recruitment of an embedded researcher
- research papers
- recordings of webinars discussing different aspects of embedded research
- blog posts from members of the project team talking about their work in embedded research.
The Embedded Research project aimed to increase the influence of health services research on decisions about the improvement and redesign of NHS services – find out more about the project.