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Short videos filmed, commissioned or licensed by IRISS.

Building a culture of innovation where staff ideas, empowerment, and leadership drive change and improvement
Published: 
March 2014

A visual story
Published: 
October 2013

Skills for Care (SfC), The Baring Foundation and Creative & Cultural Skills, commissioned UK-wide research exploring the role of arts in the delivery of adult social care with a particular emphasis of workforce development. We've produced this visual story to give you a flavour of the key messages from the report.

A talk in seven parts presented by Dr Andrea Williams, Consultant Psychiatrist Personality Disorder and Homeless Team, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Published: 
October 2013
RNIB

Lyndsay Scott has a visual impairment which proved a barrier to finding employment.  With support from RNIB she was able develop the skills necessary to work in cafe and subsequently become a manager,

One of a series of videos on the subject of supported employment, made by IRISS in partnership with SUSE (Scottish Union of Supported Employment).

Cornerstone

Julie Pert has systematic lupus erthymatosis. After abeing made redundant she found it very difficult to find employment until Cornerstone helped her secure a job as a catering assistant in a care home.

One of a series of videos on the subject of supported employment, made by IRISS in partnership with SUSE (Scottish Union of Supported Employment).

SAMH

Elizabeth Marr had severe depression until SAMH supported her into working with people with mental health problems.

One of a series of videos on the subject of supported employment, made by IRISS in partnership with SUSE (Scottish Union of Supported Employment).

Capability Scotland

Victoria Burns has cerebral palsy.  Fraktul, a web design and marketing company, found helpful advice and support from Capability Scotland on making adaptations to the workplace to support Victoria. 

One of a series of videos on the subject of supported employment, made by IRISS in partnership with SUSE (Scottish Union of Supported Employment).

A summary by the Chair of SUSE

One of a series of videos on the subject of supported employment, made by IRISS in partnership with SUSE (Scottish Union of Supported Employment).

For more information on this subject, please see the Journeys Back Into Work website.

Creative storyboard based on Insight 17
Published: 
May 2013

Creative storyboard based on Insight 17 - Culture change in the public sector - written by Michelle Drumm (IRISS). It depicts how organisational culture change can be enabled and sustained and offers some evidence for how culture change happened in the Highlands in relation to the Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC)  Highlands Pathfinder programme.

Read Insight 17 - Culture change in the public sector.

Creative storyboard

This storyboard (animated video) aims to explain what action research is and how it can help to improve public services.  It uses the example of Cedar (Children experiencing domestic abuse recovery) to talk through how action research can be useful and offers some hints and tips for those thinking about undertaking action research themselves. 

The storyboard was written and narrated by Cathy Sharp (Research for Real) with support from IRISS.  Animation by graham@ogilviedesign.co.uk