Cardiff University researchers to drive improvements in social care sector

Originally published 16 November 2017

Cardiff University has been chosen as the research partner in a £4.85m initiative to help improve the lives of children who are at risk of abuse or neglect.

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Implementing Systemic Models of Social Work

‘Sustainable change requires bold and ambitious leadership and practice at all levels, not just a few dynamic individuals. A comprehensive approach to culture and skills building engages the whole workforce in developing capabilities’.

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Children’s Social Care – Innovation Programme Final evaluation report

‘Efficacy of systemic SW needs to be reflected in national policy re: professional standards, training & inspection’. Emerging evidence base on practice system design principles to support children and families to be tested further in Wave 2.

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Knowledge and skills statements for child and family social work

Assessment and accreditation criteria for social workers supporting vulnerable children and families.

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Our mission is to help bring about improvements in practice and policy. Holding children at the centre of what we do through our work with and for them, we aim to lead and promote excellent care and services. The partnership consists of an elected Chair and elected Regional Leads who represent their regions at a national level (two from each of the nine regions within England).

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