Researching ‘Hard To Reach’ Groups. Chris Coe Senior Research Fellow. Outline of presentation. Terminology Who are the ‘hard to reach’? A research strategy Sure Start example. Terminology. Use of the term ‘hard to reach’ Alternatives may include: Hidden populations Marginalised groups
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Senior Research Fellow
Parents coping with disability/ illness / addiction
Parents with no English
Refugee and Asylum Seekers
Groups with a specific trait or behaviour
A particular geographical population
Children in care
Non- registered non users
Registered, non users
Are they ‘hard to reach’ or just not being accessed in the right way!
The pilot would:
After six months:
The evaluation had two main aims; which were to explore the following: