SPARK | Supporting Participation and Research for Kids

Main applicant: Joyce Weeland (EUR)
Team: Lysanne te Brinke (EUR), Wanda Tempelaar (EMC), Milene Guerreiro
Goncalves (TUD), Kasia Tabeau (EUR), Mathieu Gielen (TUD), Josje van Nes (Ombudsman Rotterdam Rijnmond (ORR)), Esther Taute (GGD West-Brabant), Annemiek van Vliet (Stichting Vreedzaam), Manon Hillegers (EMC), Rowan Huijgen (EUR)
Partners: Ombudsman Rotterdam Rijnmond (ORR), GGD West-Brabant, Stichting Vreedzaam

Summary

Children are the focus of numerous studies on wellbeing, yet they seldom participate in scientific research that informs interventions or health innovations in a meaningful way. This is a missed opportunity for research, for practice and for children. In this transformative project, convergence researchers, children (aged 8-12 years) and (mental) health care professionals explore three important challenges of child participation in research. Together we will co-create a roadmap towards a child research hub aiming to promote and support future participation.

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