Alison Petch

Iriss annual Champions event 2014

Report of annual champions event 2014

Know this panel

Iriss annual champions event took place at New Lanark Mill Hotel on 12th and 13th November 2014. Twenty six champions made their way from as far north as Shetland and as far south as Dumfries and Galloway.

Delivering integrated care and support

Insight 24

Insight 24 - Delivering integrated care and support
Based on a report prepared for ADSW at the time of the Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Bill, this Insight seeks to distill key evidence to assist health and social care partnerships in Scotland in their delivery of integrated care and support.

Delivering integrated care and support

Report commissioned by ADSW

Delivering integrated care and support
Second review of evidence completed for ADSW by Professor Alison Petch on the factors that underpin best health and social care integrated practice.

Audit and analysis of Significant Case Reviews

Scottish Government (Riaghaltas na h-Alba)

Written by Sharon Vincent (University of Wolverhampton) and Alison Petch (Iriss), this report presents the findings from an audit and analysis of the 56 Significant Case Reviews (SCRs) and 43 Initial Case Reviews (ICRs) conducted in Scotland since 2007.

Shaping the choreography of care and support

Iriss Forum, Designs for the future 2011

Alison Petch

Alison Petch (Iriss Director), Lisa Pattoni and Gayle Rice (Iriss Project Managers) and Ian Grout (Glasgow School of Art) explain the background to this project which involved students from the Glasgow School of Art working with practitioners and people who use services to consider how to reshape care and support. There were four themes: reablement, partnership working and communication, social isolation and anticipatory care.

Iriss Forum 2010: introduction and Adam Ingram

Iriss Forum 2010

Adam Ingram MSP

Iriss Forum 2010 - Challenging times, creative solutions was the first Iriss Forum. Those who attended had the opportunity to hear from a number of speakers and found out how Iriss can support the social services workforce to 'do things differently.' Was focused on how solutions can be found by working in partnership to deliver successful outcomes for the people that access Scotland's social services.