Category Archives: Methods

Nov 27 2014

Research findings … in comic form

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Earlier this year we brought together research colleagues from within PSSRU at LSE (in which our project sits), presented a range of possible methods to them, and asked them to think about creative methods to communicate research messages and findings. … Continue reading

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Aug 26 2014

Reflecting on … unconferences …

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It’s finally that time when we’re almost at the end of our project and just about have time to reflect on the number of activities and initiatives we had underway. Have we improved knowledge exchange between researchers and practitioners in … Continue reading

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Jun 13 2014

Deadline extended: Early Career Researcher Knowledge Exchange and Impact Residential

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As some applicants are finalising institutional completion of their applications we have extended the deadline for applications to noon on Monday 23 June 2014 Are you a PhD student or an early career researcher? Are you interested in ensuring your … Continue reading

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Oct 28 2013

The Social Work Journal Club on Twitter

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By @Ermintrude2 The Social Work Journal Chat has become  a space for practising social workers and social work students, service users, carers and anyone with an interest in social care, to discuss articles and policy documents relevant to social work. … Continue reading

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Feb 8 2013

The role of economists in social care

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by Laura Clohessy Pressures from an ageing population, increasing complexity of health needs and increasing comorbidity have resulted in a need for local councils to make cuts that are increasingly felt in the social care sector. This has intensified the … Continue reading

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Jan 21 2013

Our first sub-group: Reablement

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Reablement supports people to learn or re-learn skills necessary for daily living which are lost following deterioration in health or due to increasing support needs. Its focus is on supporting individuals to gain their independence and improve functioning, rather than … Continue reading

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Nov 21 2012

Bridging the ‘gap’ between research and practice: Exploring methods

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We recently embarked on the Social Care Evidence in Practice project to find effective methods of knowledge exchange that will engage those researching social care practices with those who use the research in practice. One of our first activities was … Continue reading

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