SCIE's position paper for commissioners and senior managers working in the health and social care sector sets out the findings of Beyond COVID: new thinking on the future of adult social care.
Social care staff resources and services
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For social workers and social care practitioners to support understanding on how to build rapport and establish relationships with the people you care for using technology.
This quick guide will help social workers and practitioners understand how to gather evidence to be able to identify and assess risks normally gathered through observation.
SCIE, CIPFA and Peopletoo invite you to join the second webinar in a new series, in which we discuss some of the main obstacles and challenges currently facing adult social care.
Matching interventions and people: A decision-making tool to establish the best means of working with people
This decision-making tool supports social workers and social care practitioners to decide the best format, or combination of formats, for a given interaction.
Supporting staff to do their job well to improve outcomes for people who use services.
Part of e-Learning courses
An online learning resource provides social workers and social care workers with information about quality improvement and the associated tools that can be used within health and social care organisations
Building the future social care workforce: a scoping study into workforce readiness, recruitment and progression in the social care sector
This report presents the findings of a scoping study into workforce readiness, recruitment and progression in the social care sector, with a specific focus on East London. The research was carried out by SCIE and supported by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
Service user and carer involvement in the supervision of health and social care workers: seminar report
This report presents findings from a seminar of service users and carers, health and social care practitioners and managers to discuss their different experiences of being involved in or having input into supervision. It forms part of a project on the delivery of supervision to health and social care workers in integrated settings. The report also covers the potential benefits of involvement; the potential difficulties with such involvement; ideas about how to increase such involvement.
Review of the impact of the Social Care Governance workbook (NI)
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