Digital and communications consultancy

SCIE’s knowledgeable and experienced health and social care experts can work with you to produce quality communications and digital resources to engage with and influence the sector.

SCIE uses the best available knowledge and evidence about what works in health and social care practice. We co-produce all our resources with people who use services and carers to ensure our resources and services are fit for purpose and audience-focused.

We will help you to engage, educate and influence your workforce, and the wider health and care sector.

Our knowledgeable subject experts, and communication and digital professionals, will work with you to develop, deliver and disseminate, and measure the impact of quality digital resources and courses, online and offline events, email, social and press campaigns.

Working in partnership

We work with some of the biggest, and most influential, organisations in the sector:

Reaching social care

SCIE has extensive reach within the social care and related sectors:

To discuss your organisational needs or request a quote for our consultancy services please complete our enquiries form

Client case studies

Baring Foundation

Digital resource on arts activities in care homes

Funded by the Baring Foundation, SCIE produced a digital resource to support care home staff to engage residents in arts activities. Practical information and examples of practice will give ideas and inspire confidence.

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Department of Health and Social Care

Personalisation in Care Homes

The Department of Health and Social Care funded SCIE and Think Local Act Personal to develop an online resource to support personalisation within residential care for adults. It is aimed at registered managers and team leaders within care homes.

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Department of Health & Social Care

e-learning and Social Care TV portfolio

For a number of years, the Department of Health and Social Care has commissioned SCIE to develop e-learning and video resources. Social Care TV includes over 100 films. Our key e-learning resources have been updated.

Social Care TV
e-learning courses
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NIHR School for Social Care Research

Carer-related research and knowledge – digital resource

The NIHR School for Social Care Research commissioned SCIE and the Open University to review evidence about carers’ lives and caring issues, and to develop a new digital resource to provide access to this knowledge.

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Department of Health and Social Care

Carers’ respite and carer breaks guidance

DHSC has commissioned SCIE and Carers UK to develop good practice guidance for commissioners and providers of respite care and carer breaks. The digital resource will look at emerging evidence and practice examples for adult carers who support other adults and young people in transition. It will be aimed at commissioning leads within local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and mental health trusts. The resource will also include advice and information for carers seeking carer and respite breaks.

Department for Education

Child and family social worker Employer Endorsement Guidance

Daisy Bogg Consultancy is developing new guidance with SCIE and Research in Practice (RiP), to support employers to:

  • recruit, support, assess and endorse social workers at the end of their ASYE year of practice
  • develop a method to assess and endorse experienced social workers and social work supervisors.

NHS England

National Better Care Fund Implementation Programme

SCIE’s role involved: developing a national social media campaign to promote the programme; writing and placing articles in leading journals (e.g. LGC and HSJ); disseminating national How To Guides including publishing them on the SCIE website; and promoting the Better Care Exchange through video, twitter and other channels.

Better Care Exchange

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NSPCC

Learning into Practice Project summits

SCIE provided bookings and venue management for three summits on learning from children’s safeguarding serious case reviews. All events were rapidly oversubscribed and SCIE developed a process for ensuring a wide range of backgrounds and sectors were represented. Given the high level of interest in the sessions, SCIE also developed a process for those who were unable to attend to register their interest in further information about the project.

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University of Birmingham

Micro-Enterprises in Adult Social Care: Communications plan

SCIE hosted a roundtable event with University of Birmingham on the findings of their report:

Evaluating Micro-Enterprises in Adult Social Care – with accompanying film

SCIE also provided advice on the communications plan, including appropriate channels to support dissemination, and developed and delivered a social media plan to help promote the report.

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Contact us

To discuss your organisational needs or request a quote for our consultancy services please complete our enquiries form