14 June 2019
The Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme has brought together some frequently asked questions, including general information and answers to detailed questions for those wanting to engage with the programme.
To support Carers Week, Research in Practice has brought together learning resources to support good social work practice with young carers and their families.
New publications on neglect, safeguarding and exploitation, and working with recurrent care-experienced mothers
New learning resources released focusing on neglect, safeguarding and exploitation, and working with recurrent care-experienced mothers.
Learning resources to support positive mental health outcomes for children, young people and families
To support Mental Health Awareness Week, Research in Practice has brought together learning resources to support positive mental health outcomes for children, young people and families.
Research in Practice, together with a group of partners, has formed a consortium to develop and deliver a Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme, funded by the Department for Education.
The Food in Care programme, led by Food Active, is running a survey to share their views about the support that is currently available around nutrition and food behaviour issues often encountered in care settings.
Animated video showcases the work Research in Practice do to support social care professionals.
World Social Work Day sees professionals worldwide celebrate achievements from across the sector. To support this, Research in Practice has released an open access webinar.
Senior colleagues in local authorities are invited to nominate participants who would benefit from being part of the Practice Supervisor Development Programme.
The new Delivery Programme details upcoming Research in Practice publications, resources, workshops, webinars, conferences and more over the next twelve months.
Pilot sites announced for project to improve mental health and wellbeing assessments for children entering care
Following a competitive application process we are delighted to announce nine areas from across England that will be working to pilot new mental health and wellbeing assessments for children entering care.