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Social care and health inequalities

This resource introduces the concepts of health inequalities and provide practical examples of the ways in which all of social work practice contributes to tackling health inequalities.

Mental health transitions: an integrated practice example

This video for mental health managers and staff is about the challenge of improving transition when young people are no longer eligible for services from the child and adolescent mental health team at the age of 16. Hear staff and young people talk about the services.

Personal budgets: micro enterprises

This film for social care commissioners, people who use services and carers, and user-led organisations focuses on the work of micro-providers and demonstrates how their approach can be very flexible, creative and responsive to individual needs and preferences, enabling a move away from traditional services.

Sustainable health and social care: a briefing for commissioners and health and wellbeing boards

This report provides a guide for commissioners and health and wellbeing board members. It sets out the key policy and operational drivers for a sustainable development approach to health and social care design and delivery. This includes specific detail regarding climate change and other environmental issues, but also covers social and economic sustainability. Short case studies of good practice at a local level illustrate the gains for health, efficiency, risk management, reputation and legislative compliance. There are links to further information and resources.

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