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P.4 The language of the Standards

1 month 2 weeks ago
In this session, the partnership group looked at the language of the standards in order to understand how they could best be communicated and documented in a wide range of settings. We started by focusing on the principles, and the human rights approach that underpins the values of their methodology. ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
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Using the planner to navigate tricky conversations

2 months 3 weeks ago
Hello from Govan Community Project! My name is Tilly and I’m the project coordinator for our Participatory Action Research (PAR) project. PAR is a collaborative form of research, based around breaking down the hierarchy between “professional researcher” and the unprofessional “researched subject”. This “researched subject” is often groups of people, and often groups of marginalised […]
Josie

How do you deliver compassionate care?

3 months 1 week ago
This year, Iriss is working with different project partners in Scotland to build an evidence base that bridges the New Health and Social Care Standards with practice in the social service sector. The first part of this project focuses on working with stakeholders that support or provide care at home services. We need your help … Continue reading How do you deliver compassionate care?
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Co-producing Cultural Competency: Working with the Govanhill Roma Community

3 months 2 weeks ago
About the project This three-month project was inspired by the Iriss Insight exploring social work’s role in upholding the human rights of Scottish Gypsy Travellers. The Insight highlighted the need for state agencies including those involved in health, social care and social work, to incorporate culturally competent practice into their services to Scottish Gypsy Travellers. […]
Josie