Whether you are looking to form, grow, or support a research-practice partnership, you need to know where to start and what to expect. We’ve gathered guiding tips, work samples, and resources from successful partnerships that can help you on your way:
Just launched our new RPP site! A resource on all things RPP. Thx 2 our newish PO ⁦⁩ 4 leading the redesign⁦! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
Are you looking to form, grow, or support an #RPP in child welfare, justice, education, and mental health? Our redesigned site provides tools, resources, and artifacts of #RPPs at all phases of the work.
Check out our redesigned #RPP website, the new look and feel makes the site more engaging and easier to use for researchers, practitioners, policymakers interested in #RPPS, and funders who are thinking of supporting one.
For tips on building research-practice partnerships, check out resource site: #SacklerSciComm
Federal agencies are now being asked to develop evidence-based policy and evaluation plans. Our relaunched #RPP site, a “one-stop shop” for building collaborations between researchers, policymakers & practitioners, may help you meet this challenge.
Check out on #rpp "When practitioners and researchers work together in a real partnership..."
Learning agendas are an opportunity for practitioners to lead the federal evidence agenda ~Diana Epstein . Check out the lessons from 25 years of Research-Practice Partnerships! #NextGenEvidence
#RPP thread (2 / 8): Dr. Adam Gamoran () of is kicking off the day with keynote remarks. is leading the way on #RPPs and encouraging universities to foster relationships with and respond to the needs of their community
A2. The William T. Grant Foundation also supports a website to help with the formation, development, and sustainment of research-practice partnerships: #all4childwelfare
Following up on yesterday's thoughts-- check out resources from 's learning community on research-practice partnerships!
For more resources for research-practice partnerships
And for practical advice on creating partnerships (geared to the US context) see