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Our year in review

Published: 15/06/2022

Author: Research in Practice

We are delighted to launch our annual review, looking back at our programme of work across 2021-22.

The review highlights our work to support evidence-informed practice with our Partner network and colleagues across the social care sector, and other bespoke projects and collaborations from April 2021 – March 2022.

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The review provides an accessible overview of our work and also details our range of partnership programmes that aim to innovate excellent practice and build capacity across the social care system.

It is organised into four key areas:

At Research in Practice we support organisations and individuals to access, understand and apply evidence in their work with children, young people, adults, families and carers.

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We produce a range of learning resources and events to support people working with adults and carers.

In 2021-22 we developed and delivered a range of learning resources and events on:

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We produce a range of learning resources and events to support people working with children, young people and families

In 2021-22 we developed and delivered a range of learning resources and events on:

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We work collaboratively on a range of partnership programmes that aim to innovate excellent practice and build capacity across the social care system. This is an expanding area of our learning resources and we continue to welcome approaches from all sectors to increase the use of evidence-informed practice.

Programmes include:

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Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice said:

‘It has been another very busy year for everyone supporting children, families, adults and communities; in the face of extraordinary challenge, the commitment and dedication of professionals across the country continues to shine through. At Research in Practice we are proud to have supported the sector by continuing to provide high quality evidence-informed learning resources and opportunities. As ever, we do this by bringing together research, practice wisdom and the expertise of children, adults and families, to ensure our support is robust, relevant and responsive. We have also tried to ensure we are adapting and innovating alongside those we serve, in both our content and our approach to learning.'

Our year in review

The Research in Practice annual review highlights our programme of work across 2021-22
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