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Since 2006, we have conducted high quality public health research, insight and analysis for health and social care organisations across the UK. Options UK has conducted over 40 assignments, focusing on sexual and maternal health, working with people with complex needs, and engaging with those who are hard to reach through methods such as Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation and Research (PEER) . Our work has focused on: using local data to map and predict need; meeting with experts to gather their views on how to drive innovation and change, and using qualitative and co-design methods to understand what people want from their services. Examples of our work are featured below.

Leading monitoring and evaluation planning, to measure change from the beginning to the end of the project
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Research study using PEER to understand the perceptions, beliefs and experiences of women affected by FGM, to better support women with FGM and strengthen FGM prevention
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United Kingdom
Research study using PEER to understand East London’s Somali communities to support building community resilience and leadership
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United Kingdom
Research study to understand the survival and livelihood strategies of refused asylum seekers living in the UK
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United Kingdom
Conducting a needs assessment focusing on sexual identity and diversity to make health and social care services more LGBT-friendly
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United Kingdom
Conducting a HIV needs assessment to understand how services could better respond to current and future needs
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United Kingdom
User engagement to inform the development of a new sexual health service
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Conducting a needs assessment to better understand what the sexual and reproductive health needs were among different groups in East Sussex
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Using service design techniques to develop a sexual health service
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United Kingdom

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