26 November 2018
Research in Practice, together with consortium partners, have brought together some of the frequently asked questions about the Practice Supervisor Development Programme.
18 May 2018
Research in Practice, together with a group of partners, have formed a consortium to develop and deliver a national Practice Supervisor Development Programme funded by the Department for Education.
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.
Research in Practice, in partnership with the University of Bedfordshire, are conducting an evaluation of the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse.
Research in Practice has updated the open access resources to support practitioners making plans for contact after adoption.
New open access briefing on the relationship between contextual, complex and transitional safeguarding
Research in Practice and partners have released a new briefing note outlining what is meant by the terms complex, contextual and transitional safeguarding, and how these approaches overlap and complement one another.
New Research in Practice learning resources support social care professionals across various roles. Key themes include mental health, coercive and controlling behaviour, digital professionalism and more.
Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. With best wishes from the team at Research in Practice.
Research in Practice is pleased to announce the winners of the annual Link Officer Awards.
Organisations are invited to take part in a pilot programme that tests improved approaches to the mental health and wellbeing assessments that looked after children receive when they enter care.
Ofsted has published the framework for the next round of Joint Targeted Area Inspections.