Thank you so much to those that took time to take part in this research feature. Without reader comments, the feature would simply not work.
I hope it begins to demystify research and maybe helps you to consider conducting research in your own practice.
Many thanks to Allan Shields for allowing me to publish his poster and more importantly allowing readers to constructively criticise it. Thanks to the RPS research team for their on-going help to develop this feature. Thanks to Natalie Weir from the University of Strathclyde for her on-going advice too. I should mention encouraging conversations I had with Professor Donald Cairns at RGU and also Dr Anne Boyter from Strathclyde University.
We all have a shared desire to bring research and the skills that surround it to the mainstream so hopefully, this feature helps this in some small way.