National Institute for Health and Care Research

Recorded webinars

Please find the recordings of previous webinars below.


Parents’ Perceptions of the Impact on their Child’s Development during Covid-19 Lockdown: Findings from a Study

Debra Laxton, Lianna Wilding and Lorna Earle (University of Chichester)

14th June 2024, 1pm to 2pm

Debra, Lianna and Lorna presented findings from a research study conducted during the 2020 lockdown focused on Personal, Social, and Emotional Development (PSED) in two-year-olds, examining parents’ perceptions of the lockdown’s impact on their child’s development.

The study included responses from 827 parents, of which 6% received funding for two-year-olds.


Soft Launch of the Supporting Early Minds Research Network: Why does the English 0-5 Sector need to be Research Ready?

Dr Michael Fanner and Professor Jane Barlow (University of Oxford)

10th May 2024, 1pm to 2pm

Jane and Michael will be hosting a ‘soft’ launch of the Supporting Early Minds Research Network, explaining how the research network can benefit everyone in the 0-5 sector in England.

Michael will then present preliminary findings from a qualitative study that explores both the facilitators and barriers to engaging with research in services for children aged 0 to 5.

This study involved a diverse group of key stakeholders (n=40), including practitioners, service managers, commissioners, researchers, and policy officials.

He will also share practical advice on how these services can increase their involvement in research studies, drawing on insights from the study’s findings.

The recording for this event is not available.

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