Practice Research Network (PRN)

PRNs started in physical health research and take many forms but the shared feature is they bring together practitioners and researchers. We think that Audin, K., Mellor-Clark, J., Barkham, M., Margison, F., McGrath, G., Lewis, S., Cann, L., Duffy, J., & Parry, G. (2001). Practice research networks for effective psychological therapies. Journal of Mental Health, 10(3), 241–251. was the first paper about PRNs in psychological therapies and the then Northern SPR (Society for Psychotherapy Research) group was a PRN which hugely facilitated the development of the CORE system.

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