Unlocking the potential of communities through participatory research | Research for the Real World

We hear from an IOE researcher about her passion for prioritising participatory and co-produced research, and how she made things possible throughout the pandemic.


With 20 years of experience working with autistic people and their families in education and healthcare settings, Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou looks to co-produce research with community members to ensure that its impact reaches beyond academia.


Our presenter Emily McLeod also asks Dr Pavlopoulou about her work developing digital material with input from mental health clinicians and autistic young people to improve sleep routines, and an artistic project to explore autistic adults' relationships and wellbeing.


Full show notes and links: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2022/may/unlocking-potential-communities-through-participatory-research-rftrw-s15302