Publish your research

Publishing your qualitative social care research as resource on (or offers an excellent opportunity to reach a wider audience and achieve that ever important research impact.

The sites, which are owned and run by us at the Dipex Charity, a UK-registered charity. Our CEO, Adam Barnett, has worked for the charity since 2008 and the charity is overseen by a board of expert trustees.

All our content is based on qualitative research conducted over the years by researchers from all over the UK and further afield. Their work is helping millions of people each year who find reassurance and support in the personal stories of others.

If you are planning a qualitative research project on a topic that could be of interest to users of or, we’d love to hear from you. Please get in touch with us to talk about your research project. 

 Why put your research on this website?

1. We’re one of a kind. is the only public facing website offering information about first hand experiences of social care, based on qualitative academic research. It therefore offers a unique opportunity to join other social care researchers in increasing the impact of your research. Find out more about

2. We will support you all the way. Our experienced and passionate team can support you throughout the research project to transform your research into an accessible and engaging resource, including support in:

  • Funding bids
  • Content development
  • We can also provide technical support for digital data collection.

3. Our charitable aims offer long term security for your research. As a charity our main concern is with helping the public. Therefore, where possible, we keep resources live on the site and up to date for as long as possible, even beyond the original funding period. Many resources on and are still going 10-15 years + past the project that formed them.

4. You’ll be supporting our charity. By becoming part of the family, you’ll be supporting our websites and charitable work, and your research could make a positive impact on the lives of millions of people across the UK.

How could your research be presented?

Creating resources that resonate with your audience is crucial, and we encourage you to work with public and patient involvement (PPI) groups to ensure that your resource is published in the most effective output format. 

The resource we develop from your research need not look like existing content on or; we can work with you to produce resources in a variety of audio-visual formats such as short films, animations, podcasts, audiobooks and more. We can even create bespoke social media platforms! 

Please get in touch with us to talk about how best we can collaborate on your research project. (2001 -) healthtalk.

British South Asians' views on Covid-19 information (2021)

Launched in 2020, shares social care experiences, collected via qualitative research. We own and run the site, edit video content and oversee the constant updating and development of the resource. shares health experiences collected through qualitative research. It attracts millions of visitors per year. We own and run the site, edit video content and oversee the constant updating and development of the resource.

British South Asians’ views on Covid-19 information (2021)

This report, by Suman Prinjha et al, shares finding from qualitative research engaging with British Asian on the issue of Covid-19 public health messaging. Data was collected via focus groups.

We provided a montage of videos that were shown in the focus groups. We designed the final report including layout, colour scheme and relevant imagery.


This is the American sister site to We project managed the redesign of the website in 2020 and now maintain the site and upload new content on behalf of our US colleagues in the Health Experiences Research Network.