It’s been two months since we launched the Finding Evidence online course. Since then, we’ve had almost 100 people sign up, including managers and practitioners from across the social services sector. While the course was primarily designed to share the… Read More »Finding evidence: an update
Our Evidence Search and Summary Service has been running for over a year, and we thought it’d be a good time to share our unique approach to finding evidence for our Outlines. If you work in social services, and you’re… Read More »Finding evidence: a course in three parts
ESSS has been looking into the research around evidence-based practice (EBP) in social work. In this post, we’ll be sharing some of the key issues highlighted in the literature. Generally, there is a lot of discussion around the barriers to EBP. These tend to be focused around the evidence itself, practitioners and organisations, and we’ve summarised some of these issues here.
It’s been all go at the Iriss base – first off we’re delighted to welcome Annelies Allcock to the ESSS team. Since our last update we’ve also produced a few more evidence summaries – have a look!
After a busy couple of weeks with a huge interest in our work, we’re very excited to share the first outputs from the Evidence Search and Summary Service: ESSS Outlines. The first three topics have been: disability hate crime reporting; child sexual abuse; and parental substance misuse.