Category: Health and Social Care

Safe Spaces

Safe Spaces, which launched in September 2020, is an independent advocacy and support service for victims and survivors of church-related abuse in the Catholic Church of England and Wales, the Church of England, and the Church in Wales.  We were originally commissioned to assess the pilot of Safe Spaces which ran from 2020 until the […]

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Business Health Matters

In partnership with the Institute of Employment Studies (IES), we conducted an evaluation of the Workplace Health Champion project by Business Health Matters. The Workplace Health Champion Scheme was an initiative delivered by Active Lancashire and a network of partners, funded by the European Social Fund. The scheme aims to improve workforce health and wellbeing […]

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Inspiring Scotland

Inspiring Scotland Evaluation of the SOCAS fund In 2022-2023 Rocket Science was commissioned by Inspiring Scotland to evaluate their Survivors of Childhood Abuse Support (SOCAS) fund supporting organisations who provide trauma-informed support to survivors of childhood abuse. Our mixed methodology approach was able to provide insights into the support needs across Scotland, as well as […]

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Prosper

In 2021 Rocket Science was commissioned by Wakefield District Health and Community Support (now Prosper)  to research the capacity and capability of the Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector across Wakefield District to meet the needs of the population following the Covid-19 pandemic.  The research took broad public health social determinants approach and consulted […]

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Go! London

The Mayor of London, London Marathon Foundation and Sport England have come together as funders, in partnership with London Marathon Events and London Sport, to create Go! London. The purpose of this fund is to:  The existing Go! London funders have pooled a commitment totalling £19.5m and the partnership will run for at least five years from […]

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Parent-Infant Foundation

A recent evaluation report carried out by our team shows that, after two years of working with the Scottish Infant Mental Health Development Community, the dedicated support given by the Parent-Infant Foundation to the Infant Mental Health services in Scotland has had an important impact. We were tasked with two main areas of focus; The […]

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