Case Study
Jeanette Crizzle Trust

Sectors: Charities
Voluntary
Health
Education
Public Consultation
Central Government
Service(s): Data Processing and Analysis, Depth Interviews, Face to Face, Interpretation and Reporting, Project Design, Qualitative, Quantitative, Telephone Surveys
Approach(es): Public Consultation

The Challenge

Jeanette Crizzle Trust (JCT) had successfully lobbied the government to agree that a programme could be launched within secondary schools to promote understanding of the organ transplant, bone marrow and blood donation schemes. The programme is called "Give & Let Live"

JCT is keen that the programme is a success and needed therefore to measure awareness and usage of Give & Let Live within secondary schools.  

The Approach

To help measure the success of Give & Let Live, DJS Research has conducted interviews as follows:Jeanette Crizzle Trust

  • Qualitative research to provide insight to feed into the design of the quantitative stages of research
  • 1000 face-to-face interviews with adults (including parents) and 500 with young people to understand awareness of the donor scheme
  • 2 waves of 500 telephone interviews with secondary teachers to test awareness and usage of the educational resource that has been launched to support the education programme

The Results

Results are sent to No.10 Downing Street and the Secretary of State For Health. 

Changes and improvements to the programme have been made as result of our research findings. Further information about the research can be found here: Research Findings

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Testimonial

"Having looked at a number of research organisations DJS stood out as a company who are proven in the level of research necessary to complete Government reports. We were looking for a quality organisation to work with us and we have certainly found that in DJS Research Ltd”

Chairman, Jeanette Crizzle Trust

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