Tag: survey

Adult Social Work Survey

The Adult Social Work Priority Setting Partnership wants to find out what research needs to happen in future to make social work with adults even better.  To do that, they have made a survey that they would like people to …

Help maximise the value of Adult Social Care survey data

The Maximising the value of survey data in adult social care (MAX) project aims to find ways to help local authorities (LAs) make more use of data from the Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS) and Personal Social Services Survey of …

The 2021 Census initial view on content for England and Wales (Topic Consultation)

The Census Transformation Programme ran a public consultation between 4 June and 27 August 2015 inviting responses to their initial view on content for the 2021 Census. An overview of the received responses is now available from the ONS website.…

UPDATE: Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People in England survey consultation – outcomes published

Outcomes from the Smoking, Drinking and Drug Use Among Young People (SDD) survey consultation exercise have now been published.

The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) have been reviewing the format and content of the SDD survey and ran …

Consultation on Lifestyles Compendia Reports

The Health and Social Care Information Centre has launched a user consultation on four reports from their “Statistics On …” series which cover smoking, alcohol, obesity and drugs misuse.  It will run for 12 weeks and close on 8 January …

What about Youth Survey – The Results

The What About YOUth? (WAY) was a new survey of 15 year olds, commissioned by the Department of Health to collect national and local level data on a range of topics relating to the health of young people. The survey …

British Social Attitudes Survey 32nd Report – ‘The Verdict on Five Years of Coalition Government’

The 32nd report of the British Social Attitudes Survey reveals that public attitudes to several major issues have remained consistent during the current government’s tenure. While it might be expected that cuts to public services and controversial reforms such as …

Learning from LARIA 2014

Two days, 159 delegates, 15 speakers, 4 workshops, 6 award winners, and lots of learning…

This year’s conference celebrated LARIA’s 40th year, and despite the challenges we undoubtedly face as local researchers there was a strong sense that we have …

What are the challenges facing the research and insight profession?

People Matters Network (PMNet) is pleased to provide some interim results into the challenges facing those who work in research, intelligence and engagement across the public sector.

The survey has just closed and the final report will be produced and …

Local Area Research is Alive and Well

Michael Soper, Head of Cambridgeshire Research Group, has published a blog post about the 2014 LARIA conference.

Michael sums up the conference by themes; focus, co-production, evaluation, peer research and evidence bases.

If you have any feedback to share, please …

What did you think of the LARIA Conference 2014?

If you attended the LARIA Conference 2014 we hope you found it useful and enjoyable but we want to know what you think. Can you please take just 5 minutes to complete our survey? Your feedback as a delegate is …