Health and wellbeing research support
Have you recently completed a research project that can inform and improve the work of health and wellbeing practitioners?
Create a concise and visual document that outlines the key messages from your research and speaks directly to the busy lives of those who you want to help.
On this page, we present examples of how we’ve taken research in health and wellbeing and turned it into accessible visual summaries and infographics.
Examples of health and wellbeing visual summaries
I am looking forward to sharing the visual summary widely. Thanks very much for being so accommodating with making the changes we wanted throughout the process and for the patience as we ourselves worked out what we needed our key messages to be. For us, this has been a key part of the process and will also help us as we prepare other related outputs from the research.
Dr Amy Barnes, Lecturer in Public Health Policy, University of Sheffield
It was a wonderful experience working with the highly professional Research Retold team. The visual summary they produced for us was simple, logical, easy to understand, appealing and did justice to the project in a way that I could not. We now use the visual summaries for all our events with service users, healthcare professionals, academics and policymakers.
Dr Anju Keetharuth, Researcher in Health Economics, University of Sheffield
Working with Research Retold was a delightful experience mainly because I felt that they actually wanted to understand our research. I would recommend Research Retold to any researcher who wants to present their work in a brief, easy-to-read, visually captivating and creative way!
Dr Victoria Williamson, Department of Music, University of Sheffield
The briefing document was very well received. It really assisted with the presentation of our research findings and enabled them to be portrayed in an engaging manner. As always the work that Research Retold undertook has been excellent and we are delighted with the impact it has had and the clarity it provides to policy audiences.
Professor Adrian Smith, School of Geography, Queen Mary University London
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