Tag: social care

Including cleaning, catering, and housekeeping staff in social care workforce strategies and practices relating to COVID-19 recovery

Cleaning, catering, and housekeeping staff (ancillary staff) have been crucial during the coronavirus crisis given their role in infection control, food preparation, and help with social distancing. But they are traditionally overlooked by policymakers and commentators. Researchers at King’s College …

Social Care Workforce Research Unit – MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL CARE Annual Conference

Social Care Workforce Research Unit – MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL CARE Annual Conference

Thursday 12 October 2017

The 4th annual CPD certified event from Making Research Count and the Social Care Workforce Research Unit at King’s College London. Hear about the …

One year on from the Care Act – how are unpaid carers fairing?

QA Research have produced a blog on the lessons learnt from research related to the Care Act. They look at the impact of the Care Act on unpaid carers since it was launched last spring. QA Research discuss the consistent …

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 …

LARIA Conference Poster Sessions

Now available:  LARIA Conference speakers’ posters.

Investigating the potential effects of the heatwave in Coventry
Presented by Andy Baker, Coventry City Council
Contact: Andrew Baker

Urban Audit – providing comparable urban statistics across Europe
Presented by Bill South, Office for …

Integrating services for older people

On the 18th June 2014 there was a joint  Social Services Research Group (SSRG) and the National Institute for Health Research School for Social Care Research (NIHR SSCR) looking at integrating services for older people. As an attendee the biggest …