Category Archives: Call for Engagement

May 28 2014

Seeking journal articles for special issue of Research, Policy and Practice – deadline 23 June

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Writing journal papers is never easy (well to the majority of us!). Papers are perhaps more likely to get written in academic settings with pressure from line managers, career requirements and things like the Research Excellence Framework, but even then the … Continue reading

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Feb 24 2014

POSTPONED: Improving practice through research together – Ideas swop shop: 31 March 2014


The best way to get evidence to improve services? Get those delivering services, commissioning them, researching social care, receiving services, caring for those receiving services (etc; and anyone else interested) into a room together and ask them what their priorities are and what … 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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Sep 12 2012

Seeking practice issues

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Do you have practice issues following the Care and Support White Paper?  Do you have practice issues about long-term care/conditions? This is an exciting project which will draw together practice issues raised by practitioners with research evidence and work closely … Continue reading

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Aug 3 2012

Launching Creating an Impact: Social Care Evidence in Practice

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We are delighted to have received funding from LSE’s Higher Education Innovation Fund to carry out this project to bring social care practitioners and researchers together to apply evidence to key policy and practice issues, as well as to understand best practice … Continue reading

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