Recording practice

Recording Practice

Recording is a daily part of social work and social care practice that involves a range of approaches, styles, formats and systems. It is a highly skilled activity that continues to evolve as changes and developments take place in professional practice.

On this page you'll find a collection of Iriss resources about recording practice in social services, including articles, learning reports and tools.

During 2019/20 we worked with East Ayrshire Health & Social Care Partnership to explore recording practice from a cross-service perspective and in 2020/21 we will continue to build on this work and take it in new directions. As new resources are produced we'll add them to this collection.

Recording practice with East Ayrshire HSCP

Project report part 1: Background, approach and context

Recording practice
Experiences and perspectives on case recording and exploration of ideas for improving recording within day-to-day practice.