Learning and Evaluation

17th July 2019

BCFT’s Annual Event – 13th March 2019

#ChallengeBirmingham Conference On Wednesday 13th March 2019 Birmingham Changing Futures Together held our annual learning event aimed at challenging the stakeholders present and organisations represented to commit to our Systems Change Action Plan which highlight 4 key priorities for the city of Birmingham. 1- Service for people with multiple and [???]
10th April 2019

Evaluation of Every Step of the Way Experts by Experience and Systems Impact

Ten semi-structured in-depth interviews were conducted over the telephone with both internal and external stakeholders who had worked with the Experts by Experience. Eight interviews were conducted with external stakeholders and two with internal stakeholders. The two internal interviews were conducted with individuals managing the ESOW programme at either the [???]
10th April 2019

Highlights from the Evaluation of Birmingham Changing Futures Together

Over the past five years of the programme, Birmingham Changing Futures Together (BCFT) has explored what is important to our service users, tested models of working together as well as garnered a great deal of learning that will inform our continued journey towards systems change. This work is consolidated in [???]
10th April 2019

Service User Perspective Peer Support Research

This service user perspectives study represents one strand of the wider local evaluation. The scope of this strand is a qualitative assessment of BCFT service user perspectives, specifically the No Wrong Door network, Beyond the Basics beneficiaries and those assigned a Lead Worker/Peer Mentor. Read the Service User Perspective Peer [???]
8th August 2018

Research highlights the catalytic power of Peer Mentors in driving change

Birmingham Changing Futures Together’s (BCFT) annual Economic Impact Analysis (EIA), published on 1st August 2018 proves the catalytic power of the Lead Worker Peer Mentor service in changing the behaviour of people with multiple and complex needs. Highlights include:  Visits to Accident & Emergency (A&E) down by 50% Convictions down [???]