One of a set of three e-learning modules exploring parental substance misuse, its effects on children and parenting capacity and the implications for social work practitioners. This module covers: recognition and referral; engagement and assessment; supporting children and families; and roles and responsibilities of agencies. The resource includes audio, video and interactive technology.
Interagency cooperation resources and services
How working with adult social care can help clinicial commissioning groups manage the care of people with long-term conditions
The lessons learned and subsequent changes in practice following the murder of Steven Hoskin.
SCIE has led in the development of a new 'systems approach' for conducting case reviews of multi-agency safeguarding and child protection work. This video looks at the first pilots of the SCIE model which were completed in the North West of England in September 2010.
This At a glance summarises learning from piloting of the SCIE 'systems' approach in the North West of England.
This briefing looks at how senior managers can improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of parents with mental health problems and their families. Better joined-up working between services for adults with mental health problems and childrens services is essential to achieving this.
SCIE research briefing 27: factors that assist early identification of children in need in integrated or inter-agency settings
SCIE Research briefings
This report focuses on the policies and practices that can promote integrated services to families with alcohol, drug or mental health problems
This film says that people often need to use a range of services including health care, social care, housing, and the criminal justice system. Increasingly, organisations and staff are realising the benefits of looking beyond their own service and practice.
This film says that health and social care often work together with a shared purpose, to improve the lives of people who use services, and their carers. The film looks at five areas of integration: Research, policy, organisational issues, the effect on staff, service users and carers.