SCIE news and events - 31 to 40

  • Total transformation – creating a five year forward view for social care 02 November 2016Open

    Adult social care will struggle to continue to provide good services that meet rising demand without significant transformation. Scaling up promising models could improve outcomes for individuals – and result in savings for both adult social care and the NHS. That's one conclusion in a new paper published today by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) published today.

  • How better information and technology can support social work 26 October 2016Open

    NHS Digital are currently conducting research with the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the market research organisation GfK to help us understand how technology can help social workers apply their skills where they make most difference.

  • Building the social care workforce of the future in East London 14 October 2016Open

    Two Way Street is an exciting pilot programme delivered by the Bromley by Bow Centre in partnership with JPMorgan Chase Foundation. Corporate Partnerships Manager, Jasmine Morris; Bromley by Bow Centre shares more about the project.

  • Northern Ireland: Registration of care workers 13 October 2016Open

    The Department of Health (Northern Ireland) has commissioned SCIE to support their evaluation of the impact of social care workforce registration and the implementation of codes of conduct and practice standards.

  • Person centred approaches to dementia care 12 October 2016Open

    Blog by SCIE's Pamela Holmes for the Care and Dementia Show.

  • Unconscious bias in social care 03 October 2016Open

    SCIE trustee and diversity consultant Dr Ossie Stuart says: "Unconscious bias isn't just somebody else problem; it’s also yours. It has has huge implications for social care."

  • SCIE e bulletin 26 September 2016 27 September 2016Open

    Our new bulletin focuses on child neglect, which can seriously harm children and young people's wellbeing. SCIE has developed a new e-learning course, plus related workshop, for all practitioners who come into contact with cases of neglect. Also in the bulletin: A focus on integrated care, care providers & safeguarding. All of this on the day that Community Care Live starts in London. Come and see us on Stand 17.

  • Understanding and preventing avoidable hospital admissions 08 September 2016Open

    The pressures on acute hospital care are intense. There are estimates of over two million unplanned hospital admissions per year of people aged over 65. A new study has asked older people about their experiences of emergency admissions. The project has been run by the University of Birmingham and was overseen by a national ‘Sounding Board’ comprising: Age UK; Agewell; the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services; the NHS Confederation; and SCIE.

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