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Beyond COVID: new thinking on the future of adult social care

This SCIE report for is commissioners and senior managers working in the health and social care sector; it sets out our findings.
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Beyond COVID: new thinking on the future of adult social care

Beyond COVID: new thinking on the future of adult social care This SCIE report for is commissioners and senior managers working in the health and social care sector; it sets out our findings.

SCIELine ebulletin 3/4 December 2020

SCIELine ebulletin 3/4 December 2020 Ongoing Covid-19 guidance for social care + upcoming webinars

Vaccine welcome but a word of caution

Vaccine welcome but a word of caution "Everybody needs to remain vigilant, including care settings, and they can only do that if they’re supported with appropriate PPE and testing for all those that need it - in addition to the vaccination programme". SCIE's Kathryn Smith

Special educational needs and disability (SEND) e-learning course

Special educational needs and disability (SEND) e-learning course This new CPD-accredited online course is for health and social care professionals who want to explore how they can better support children with SEND

SCIE's strategy 2020-2023

"SCIE's role must be to challenge the structural inequalities in our society as it relates to social care"
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