Topic Consultation For 2022 23

Support the development of our learning programme

Published: 15/07/2021

Author: Research in Practice

We are developing our learning programme and want your input into the topics we prioritise for resource development, including specific learning outcomes you want to see.

When developing learning resources at Research in Practice we draw upon evidence from research, together with practice expertise and the lived experiences of people being supported. This includes gathering feedback from the Research in Practice Partnership network.

We are beginning to develop our learning programme for 2022-23 and want you to tell us what you may need in the future. We want your input into the topics we prioritise for resource development, the types of learning resources that work best for you and the audience to design them for.

The survey is open to everyone working across social care who is a Partner of Research in Practice. The shortlist is based on suggestions we have received over the last few months. Your input helps to ensure we are delivering evidence-informed resources that speak to you and your organisation’s priorities.

Take part in the survey (deadline 16 August).

Our current adults and children and families programmes detail learning resources planned for 2021-22, including themes that have emerged directly from this process.

Adults Delivery Programme 21 22 (Option 2)

Adults Delivery Programme 2021-22

Our annual programme provides an overview of topics and resources, such as publications, workshops, webinars and more, being delivered until March 2022. It aims to support individuals and organisations working with adults.
View the programme
Children's Delivery Programme 21 22

Children and families Delivery Programme 2021-22

Our annual programme provides an overview of topics and resources, such as publications, workshops, webinars and more, being delivered until March 2022. It aims to support individuals and organisations working with children, young people and families.
View the programme