Podcasts about coronavirus (COVID-19) and the care sector
As the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, we’ve been faced with daily news about the pressure on adult social care, rising need and an undervalued workforce. This podcast series asks how we can change the relationship between the state, services and people.
All SCIE podcasts are also available on Spotify.
In conversation with Kate Terroni
Dr Ossie Stuart, SCIE trustee, in conversation with Kate Terroni, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the Care Quality Commission
In conversation with Susie Finlayson and Sian Lockwood
This podcast features SCIE’s Deputy Chief Executive, Ewan King, in conversation with Sian Lockwood, Chief Executive at Community Catalysts; and Susie Finlayson, Development Manager for Power.
In conversation with Fran Leddra
This podcast features SCIE’s Chief Executive Kathryn Smith in conversation with Fran Leddra, Joint Chief Social Worker for Adults.
In conversation with James Bullion
For the latest in our podcast series on COVID-19 and beyond, we’ve been joined by James Bullion, Executive Director of Adult Social Services, Norfolk and President of ADASS – The Association of Directors of Adult Social Services.
In conversation with Rob Whiteman
Ewan King, Chief Operating Officer at the Social Care Institute for Excellence, is joined in conversation by Rob Whiteman, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy.
In conversation with Andrew Dilnot
SCIE Chair Paul Burstow is joined in conversation by Andrew Dilnot from the Dilnot Commission; and currently Warden of Nuffield College, Oxford.
Integration between health and care
Paul Burstow, Chair at SCIE, is joined in conversation by Sally Warren, Director of Policy at the King's Fund.
Can there be a new social contract? With Ade Adetosoye
SCIE's Chair, Paul Burstow, is in conversation with Ade Adetosoye, Chief Executive of Bromley Council.
Can there be a new social contract?
Join Alex Fox, CEO of Shared Lives Plus - and Sarah Pickup, Deputy CEO at the Local Government Association.