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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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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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Oct 23 2012

A visual note of Friday’s unconference

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In order to practice what we preach, we had a visual note taker present at the Social Care Evidence unconference on 19 October 2012, to graphically capture the discussions going on around the room. View the complete note below. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/socialcareevidenceinpractice/about/activities/visual-note-of-the-19-october-2012-unconference-at-lse/

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Oct 23 2012

Social Care Research in Action – An ‘unconference’ at the LSE on 19 October 2012

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Social care practitioners are keen to influence the research agenda but also want help and guidance on how to access and implement its findings; researchers want to understand how their work could better influence the decision-making processes in social care … Continue reading

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