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Learning from the partners in practice programme review: Practice Briefing (2020)

Published: 31/12/2020

Author: Domakin A


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Domakin A. (2020). Learning from the Partners in Practice Programme Review: Practice Briefing (2020). Dartington: Research in Practice. Download citation file


This Practice Briefing has been commissioned to disseminate findings from a research review of the Partners in Practice (PiP) Programme (Partners in Practice: Practice Review 2020). It has been developed for senior leaders in Children’s Social Care but is also relevant for colleagues working in a range of leadership positions in these organisations. The briefing will be of particular interest to organisations who are current or aspiring PiPs, it is also relevant to any local authority or trust seeking to improve the quality of practice with children and families.

Part one of this briefing provides information about the aims and scope of the research study and presents a summary of findings.

Part two discusses implications of some of the findings and provides discussion points for senior leaders to consider when applying this learning in within their own organisations.

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PQS:KSS - Promote and govern excellent practice | Shaping and influencing the practice system | Lead and govern excellent practice | Creating a context for excellent practice | Designing a system to support effective practice

CQC - Well led

PCF - Contexts and organisations