Practitioners record of their experiences

In early 2015 IRISS conducted a creative, and qualitative, research project designed to understand the experiences of social care practitioners across Scotland.

We asked practitioners to record their experiences over one week using a diary, a timesheet and prompt cards. This approach is called a cultural probe and is designed to support participants to reflect on their experiences and share thoughts and feelings from their week.

Creativity, emotion and connection

We continued the View from Here in 2016 what follows is a summary report of our activity for 2016-2017

Diary analysis

Exploring the emotional experience of working in social services

Diary stories

A selection of illustrated extracts from the personal diaries completed by practitioners

Qualitative analysis reports

An analysis of prompt card and time-sheet data from Strathclyde University