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Academy of Social Science – Policy Monitor

Latest edition out now – Click here to download PDF


E-BULLETIN FROM THE ACADEMY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
May 2012

To read the full bulletin on the web click here or visit: http://www.acss.org.uk/publication.htm  and click on ‘Current Bulletin’


Using longitudinal data sources in social care research:  insights, challenges and ways forward

This is the next National Institute for Health Research School for Social Care Research  event, which will held at the London School of Economics and Political Science on the 29th May.

Click here for more details and programme


Growing Old: something to fear or to celebrate?

This is the latest in the ‘Myths and Realities’ series of debates held by the Academy of Social Science, the British Library and the Economic and Social Research Council

12th June 6.30-8.30 at the British Library in London.

The well known writer and broadcaster Fi Glover will be in the Chair – Click here to download programme


To read the response from the Academy of Social Sciences to the Draft Concordat to support research integrity Click Here


We need your views..

 

Do you work in adult social care in England?  Are you a care worker or senior care worker, social worker, occupational therapist, or nurse working in a care home, working with adults or older people?

We would like you to take part in a major online survey funded by the Department of Health and conducted by the Social Care Workforce Research Unit. You will have the chance to win one of hundreds of pounds worth of prizes – each of £10 in high street vouchers.

We want to find out more about the good and not so good aspects of working in social care and why people join or leave this area of work. This survey is part of a larger study and it should take you about 20 minutes to answer all the questions. It is confidential and no one, including your employer, will be told you have completed the survey or what you have said.

To take part in the survey, please click on the following link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/Longitudinal_Care_study

If you have any difficulties completing the online questionnaire or would prefer to complete a paper version please ring 020 7848 1782 and we will send you a questionnaire with stamped addressed envelope. This research has received ethical approval from King’s College London.

If you have any queries or would like to know more about the research please contact me directly – shereen.hussein@kcl.ac.uk

Thanks for your participation!