This position paper sets out a skills and qualifications framework to support practice learning in the social work degree and in the workplace. It is for social work educators, students and service providers
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This report focuses on the policies and practices that can promote integrated services to families with alcohol, drug or mental health problems
This guide provides information about delivering high quality, coordinated, adult mental health and child care services to families with a parent who misuses alcohol or who has a mental health problem. It covers what we know is working well in practice and provides directions to more information.
This position paper considers the registration of childminders in private fostering and whether this would help to safeguard children
This report summarises the findings of the SCIE Listening Exercise, which took place between February and July 2002
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.
The Co-production Network is a key part of SCIE's co-production strategy. Its role is to support user, carer and equality groups’ involvement in SCIE’s strategic decision making and provide a pool of stakeholders which SCIE can work with to co-produce projects and programmes.
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