The foundational rationale for P4PLAY is to combine the needs of those who work with children at risk of play deprivation, with the research skills of academics who are experts in occupational science.
The P4PLAY research programme addresses four areas of play: People, Place, Policy and Practice (P4PLAY).
The overall research goal is to develop new knowledge on the occupation of play and play deprivation, the impact of physical, socio-cultural, and policy environments on play provision, and the development of innovative solutions to address barriers and provide solutions to play provision in diverse community settings to benefit children, families, and communities.
All publications, posters, articles and conference papers arising out of the P4Play Research are stored on Zenodo, an open access repository. You can click on this link to access the P4Play repository or you can go to Zenodo.org and search the communities section for ‘P4Play H2020 Project’.