One of the most important aspects of this test and learn programme is the dissemination of the learning that is generated. This is important in influencing how policy, commissioning and the delivery of services is shaped over the coming years, both up to and beyond the lifetime of Waves of Hope.
The learning will be communicated in three ways:
- Through formal evaluation, undertaken for the programme more widely, and through smaller evaluations for individual activities, such as the range of Test and Learn pilots that Waves of Hope funds. All evaluation reports will be made available in this section of the website.
- Through policy and learning briefings which reflect on the range of work which is undertaken as part of Waves of Hope, and beyond across Liverpool. This will provide a summary of specific components of work, how they are providing added value, and what the implications are for policy development and future decision making about commissioning.
- Papers and briefings which examine wider issues with regards to systems change, how to effectively achieve this and the barriers in place which need to be overcome.