Research in Practice is committed to ensuring that is easy to use and accessible for the widest possible audience whatever your ability or disability. We have designed our site focused on usability and accessibility, and we’ve made the website text as simple as possible to understand. We are committed to ongoing improvements in site accessibility. 

We hope that you find the website easy to use. Some users may wish to customise their computer settings to get the most accessible experience. If you would like some help with this, you may find the BBC My web my way website useful. AbilityNet has additional advice on making your device easier to use.
The website has been designed to comply with W3C guidelines. We have aimed to adhere to all best practice guidelines and standards for usability and accessibility across the website, although there may be limitations in some areas. If you have any difficulty using the site, or have suggestions for its improvement, please email

Browser Accessibility Options

In addition to the accessibility features of this website, your internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox) provides ways for you to make this website easier to read. You can change the text size, colour or font, change the background colour, or remove the images, leaving pages as text-only.

The ‘help’ facility of your internet browser software will provide useful information on these and other accessibility options. Additional information on accessibility options can be found by following the links below:
This website also uses PDF files for certain documents, which can be read with Adobe's Acrobat Reader software if they do not load automatically in your browser. Acrobat's accessibility features are explained below:
This statement was prepared on 25 February 2020. It was last updated on 25 February 2020.