How does communication method affect tenancy sustainment outcomes?

An opportunity for a first look at emerging findings from a randomized control trial.

HACT is leading a programme of research to use RCTs to produce robust evidence of ‘what works’ in housing. HACT is running a randomised controlled trial with Hyde to investigate the potential to boost engagement with support services through the use of better communications, informed by behavioural science.

At this event we will discuss the emerging findings from the first data phase of the trial, as well as the experiences of running this cutting-edge study in a housing association. Join us to hear from key members of staff at Hyde about their experience of developing and implementing the trial and how they will use the insights from the trial within their business.

This event will benefit community investment teams, communications leads and anyone with an interest in RCT research.

Links - find out more about our tenancy sustainment research project that aims to investigate various services aimed at improving tenancy sustainment. 

 

May
24
Workshop
Tuesday 24th May 2016 - 14:00 to 15:30
Event price

Free for housing providers