The project aimed to capture learning from the Big Lottery funded Target: Wellbeing North West Regional Portfolio, through conducting a qualitative process evaluation that complemented the impact evaluation being conducted by the North West Public Health Observatory. The research took place at four levels – portfolio, programme, project and individual beneficiary – and data collection methods included semi-structured interviews, narrative-pointed interviews, focus groups, observation and photography.
Dr Mark Dooris
Dr Alan Farrier, Psychosocial Research Unit, School of Social Work
Professor Lynn Froggett, Psychosocial Research Unit, School of Social Work
Michelle Baybutt, Healthy & Sustainable Settings Unit, School of Health
North West Public Health Observatory
Big Lottery via Liverpool John Moores University, £100,000
Timpson, C., Knuckey, S. Perkins, C., Bellis, M., Dooris, M. and Farrier, A. (2011) Target: Wellbeing Evaluation – Update Report 2011 (.pdf 2.17MB) (Reporting period April 2009-August 2010). Liverpool: LJMU – NWPHO.
Giles, S.,Phillips, S., Timpson, C., Carlin, H., Perkins, C., Dooris, M. and Farrier, A. (2010) Target: Wellbeing Evaluation – Annual Report February 2010 (.pdf 1.06MB) (Reporting period April-September 09). Liverpool: LJMU – NWPHO.
Beneficiary-Level Research Report Number 1 (.pdf 462KB)
Beneficiary-Level Research Report Number 2 (.pdf 390KB)
Report of Portfolio Level Research (.pdf 694KB)
Programme-Level Research Report Number 1 (.pdf 144KB)
Programme-Level Research Report Number 2 (.pdf 2.10MB)
Project-Level Research Report Number 1 (.pdf 135KB)
Project-Level Research Report Number 2 (.pdf 813KB)