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[PUBLICATIONS] RiP Annual Review 2014-15

Delivery Programme
Published: March 2015

The Research in Practice Annual Review for 2014-15 is now available: see what we delivered for the sector over the last twelve months. Number of pages: 19 Open access download (PDF).

[PUBLICATIONS] Supporting emotional resilience within social workers: Practice Tool (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: March 2014

This resource explores the concept of emotional resilience and how this can be promoted and supported within social workers in order to improve practice and service delivery. It discusses: what emotional resilience is social work and emotional resilience how teams can develop em

[PUBLICATIONS] Using research: Tools to support evidence-informed practice: Practice Tool (2014)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: July 2014

This set of nine Practice Tools is designed to support Principal Social Workers, Advanced Practitioners and Social Work Managers to: begin a conversation about ‘what good looks like’ in terms of research use assess your own and your team’s attitude to using res

[PUBLICATIONS] Analysis and critical thinking in assessment: Literature review (2014)

Research reviews and summaries
Published: July 2014

Analysis and critical thinking are central to good practice in children’s services, whether assessing if a child has additional needs or proceeding with a complex child protection inquiry. The literature review examines analytical, critical and reflective thinking and writi

[PUBLICATIONS] Social work recruitment and retention: Strategic Briefing [open access download] (2015)

Strategic Briefings
Published: July 2015

Recruiting and retaining high quality and experienced practitioners is essential. This briefing focuses on research into the factors that influence recruitment and retention and the 'push' and 'pull' factors that influence social workers. The resource draws on learning from pilot

[PUBLICATIONS] Social work recruitment and retention: Strategic Briefing [hard copy] (2015)

Strategic Briefings
Published: July 2015

Recruiting and retaining high quality and experienced practitioners is essential. This briefing focuses on research into the factors that influence recruitment and retention and the 'push' and 'pull' factors that influence social workers. The resource draws on learning from pilot

[PUBLICATIONS] Regarding the use of practice observation methods as part of the assessment of social work practice: Evidence Scope (2015)

Evidence Scopes
Published: November 2015

This evidence scope, a collaborative effort by Sussex University and Research in Practice, was undertaken to support the thinking of colleagues within Department for Education, KPMG and their consortium partners in developing an accreditation framework for children’s social

[PUBLICATIONS] Executive summary: Regarding the use of practice observation methods as part of the assessment of social work practice: Evidence Scope (2015)

Evidence Scopes
Published: November 2015

This is the executive summary of the full evidence scope: a collaborative effort by Sussex University and Research in Practice, was undertaken to support the thinking of colleagues within Department for Education, KPMG and their consortium partners in developing an accreditation

[PUBLICATIONS] Impact of the Family Justice Reforms on Front-Line Practice Phase One: The Public Law Outline (2015)

Evidence Scopes
Published: May 2015

The Children and Families Act came into force in April 2014, introducing wide-ranging reforms to the Family Justice System. At the heart of public family law reform was a revised Public Law Outline (PLO), which introduced a 26-week timeframe for completing care proceedings. This

[PUBLICATIONS] Impact of the Family Justice Reforms on Front-Line Practice Phase Two: Special Guardianship Orders (2015)

Evidence Scopes
Published: May 2015

In recent years there has been an increased use of Special Guardianship Orders (SGOs), with SGOs being used in a wider range of circumstances than was originally intended. This report draws on interviews with professionals in six local authorities. It focuses on changes in local
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