Arc Research and Consultancy Research

Research

We are experienced researchers who take a pride in developing and using the right methodology for the job. Our team have wide experience of both quantitative and qualitative methodologies used in many different areas of work.

Some examples of our work include:

Research to support strategy development in the voluntary and statutory sectors.
  • Research to support strategy development in the voluntary and statutory sectors.
Participatory approaches.
  • Participatory approaches.
Co-creation of evaluation
  • Includingi projects to address health and wellbeing in local communities.
Publications

Please do download our reports and papers. We are happy to receive feedback or to take questions by email but do phone us if you prefer to talk.

Please contact us on 0114 2966229 or resilience@breakfast.solis.co.uk for more details of publications.

Still seldom heard and still hard to reach. Still drinking? NEET young people and alcohol consumption in a Northern town.
Still seldom heard and still hard to reach. Still drinking? NEET young people and alcohol consumption in a Northern town.

Delivery of a mainstreaming treatment model towards co-existing difficulties: a brief exploration of practitioners’ understanding, views and reported experiences
Delivery of a mainstreaming treatment model towards co-existing difficulties: a brief exploration of practitioners’ understanding, views and reported experiences

An argument against the focus on Community Resilience in Public Health
An argument against the focus on Community Resilience in Public Health

Peter Allmark, Sadiq Bhanbhro and Tom Chrisp

Bounded autonomy in deciding to seek medical help: carer role, the sick role and the case of dementia.
Bounded autonomy in deciding to seek medical help: carer role, the sick role and the case of dementia.

Chrisp TA, Tabberer S, Thomas BD.

Dementia timeline: Journeys, delays and decisions on the pathway to an early diagnosis
Dementia timeline: Journeys, delays and decisions on the pathway to an early diagnosis

Tom A. C. Chrisp  Arc Research and Consultancy Ltd, Sheffield, UK Benjamin D. ThomasSheffield Hallam University, UK Wayne A. Goddard and Angela Owens NHS Doncaster