Resources

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Rural lives: poverty and social exclusion

Jayne Glass and Mark Shucksmith present the findings from the Rural Lives report published in March 2021. It investigates why and how people in rural…

Rural social work: staying connected

What can rural social workers take from the experiences of the pandemic and how can they stay connected? Digital technologies and our experiences…
An evidence summary that provides an overview of evidence relating to adolescent to parent violence and abuse (APVA).
Evidence outline that seeks to understand how we talk about abuse from a service perspective and what are the current gaps in provision.
Details the immigration status of children and young people, the legislative and policy framework, the number of unaccompanied children and young people, and lessons for social work policy and…

Navigating evidence

A tool to support evidence use in practice

A tool that aims to equip newly qualified social workers with the skills and confidence to use evidence in practice.
A short paper on the Buurtzorg model, with insight from Lesley-Anne Exon, Staff Nurse, Forres Neighbourhood Care Team (NHS Grampian).
A short paper on the use of co-production to support Govan-based asylum seekers, with an insight from Matilda Alexander Hallworth, Project Coordinator, Govan Community Project.
Evidence summary that seeks to address the impact of the Safe and Together model to tackling domestic violence.
Evidence summary that addresses what are the experiences of people with caring responsibilities at university college and transitioning to work.
Aims to consolidate some of the existing research on effective practice with people who commit hate offences, firstly defining and describing hate crime and its root causes, and then considering what…
A short paper that defines transformational change, with insight from Alexandra Clarke, Senior Service Designer at the Health and Social Care Improvement Hub (ihub).