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Debrief

The debrief or presentation is the meeting taking place between client and researchers at the end of a project. In it, significant findings, conclusions and recommendations are presented by the researcher(s) and discussed with representatives of the client organisation. Increasingly, the debrief may be continued or re-convened as a workshop session, where researchers and clients together work through the implications of the research for future action.

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  • Presentation

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