Research Findings (RF): provide a brief summary of findings and conclusions. They offer an introduction to a project and area of research and development.
Occasional Papers (OP): provide a high level of detail about findings, research methods and conclusions. They are likely to be of interest to professional and to research organisations.
Good Practice Guides (GPG): collate research findings that can directly inform good practice in services for people with sight loss. They aim to support professional practices.
Research Discussion Papers (RDP): bring together early findings and questions for further research in particular areas of work.
Other: Thomas Pocklington Trust also produces (and promotes) a range of other publications, often in conjunction with our research partners.