SCIE 10th anniversary

10 year timeline

    • 2001/2
    • SCIE established October 2001

    • Care Data (bibliographic database) made available free of charge on the internet

    • National Institute for Social Work transfers to SCIE

    • 2003
    • First guide: Managing Practice

    • First position paper: Effectiveness of childminding registration and its implications for private fostering

    • Knowledge review: Learning and teaching assessment skills in social work education

    • Knowledge review: Types and quality of knowledge in social care

    • 2004
    • Learning organisations: A self-assessment resource pack

    • Guide: Fostering

    • Position paper: Has service user participation made a difference to social care services?

    • First meeting of the SCIE Partners’ Council, advisory group of people who use services, carers, providers and commissioners

    • 2005
    • Guide: Direct payments: answering frequently asked questions

    • Social Care Online: Free online database to information and research

    • People Management website launched

    • First SCIE social work student campaign

    • 2006
    • Guide: Involving children and young people in developing social care

    • NICE/SCIE guidelines: Dementia: Supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social care

    • NICE/SCIE guidelines: Parent-training/ education programmes in the management of children with conduct disorders

    • Race equality discussion Papers

    • 2007
    • Guide: Dignity in care

    • Guide: Implementing the Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act 2004

    • First e-learning resource: Mental health of older people

    • Guide: Community-based day activities and supports for people with learning disabilities

    • 2008
    • Personalisation: a rough Guide

    • Report: Learning together to safeguard children: developing a multi-agency systems approach for case reviews

    • Guide: The learning, teaching and assessment of partnership work in social work education

    • Centre for Excellence and Outcomes (C4EO) established with SCIE as core partner responsible for Vulnerable Children and Safeguarding themes, and dissemination

    • 2009
    • Social Care TV launched

    • SCIE asked to support establishing The College of Social Work

    • Mental Capacity Act resources and support programme

    • Dementia Gateway: web resource of practical tips, tools and activities

    • Care Skillsbase: online tool to assess and develop communication and number skills

    • 2010
    • Guide: Commissioner’s guide to developing and sustaining user-led organisations

    • Get Connected support programme to help providers make best use of IT

    • Good Practice Framework: an online database of practice examples

    • Report: Personalisation, productivity and efficiency

    • NICE/SCIE Public health guidance: Promoting the quality of life of looked-after children and young people

    • 2011
    • Report: Protecting adults at risk: London multi-agency policy and procedures to safeguard adults from abuse

    • Training and Consultancy service Launched

    • SCIE asked to host Think Local, Act Personal consortium and Dignity in Care Network

    • Briefing: Social care and clinical commissioning for people with long-term conditions

 

SCIE isn’t just for the professionals - it's about users and carers as well.

Sue Bott, Director, National Centre for Independent Living