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Developing R2A Guides

Our Research to Action Guides are based on the best available research evidence.  Their topics are chosen by end users; people using services, their families and carers, disability support services, policy makers and researchers.

Research to Action Guides are the products of the CADR Approach to Knowledge Mobilisation.

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You can download our approach in graphic and written form here [PDF] [WORD].

Printable summaries of the steps we take in creating Research to Action Guides are available to download here [WORD] [PDF].  

Based on surveying undertaken in 2016, throughout 2017 CADR, in partnership with subject matter experts, is producing the following Research to Action Guides:

  • Inclusive Research - Dr Jennifer Smith-Merry, Sydney University
  • Working proficiently with culturally and linguistically diverse communities - Dr Hamish Robertson and Maria Katrivesis
  • The journey to employment for young people with disability - Assoc. Prof Loretta Sheppard, Australian Catholic University
  • Communicating effectively with people who have complex communication support needs - Dr Kate Anderson, Deakin University
  • Making a difference in supported accommodation services - Professor Christine Bigby, La Trobe University
  • Person Centred Active Support - Professor Christine Bigby, La Trobe University
  • Pratice Leadership - Professor Christine Bigby, La Trobe University

Research to Action Guides are also being considered on the topics:

  • Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
  • Supporting unpaid carers
  • Advocacy

Are you interested in any of these topics? Please get in touch with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more about how you can become involved in Research to Action Communities, which drive the drafting and development of these important knowledge mobilisation products.

 

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Research to Action Guides

  • This Guide explores what the research evidence tells us makes a difference in group homes, and to the lives of people who live in them....
  • This Research to Action Guide promotes and supports best practice in inclusive research by providing a review of the evidence and strategies that ensure end-use...