A joint LARIA/LGA Seminar/Workshop
Wednesday 23 November 2005
Local Government Association Offices, London
Crossing Boundaries: Interprofessional Challenges in Health and Social Care
Date: Monday 28th
November 2005, 5.00pm for 5.30pm
Venue: Main Auditorium, Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ
First in a series of lecture organised by St Bartholomew School of Nursing & Midwifery, City University.
Other titles are:
- Interprofessional Education and Training: A Social Care Perspective
- Partnerships with Care Homes in North East London
- What Works for Children?
Inclusion and Exclusion 2005: Exploring the Messages for Policy and Practice of Research on Racism and Ethnicity. A call for papers
Wednesday 9 November 2005
London Voluntary Sector Resource Centre, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA REU and the SSRG are organising the second one-day conference exploring the messages for policy and practice of research on racism and ethnicity.
The National Service Framework for Older People three years on: hown will we know if it is working?
Tuesday 18 October 2005
New Lecture Theatre, The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE
Organised by the Geriatrics & Geronology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
The Adult Green Paper: Information and Performance Management
Tuesday 11 October 2005
Gilbert Murray Conference Centre, University of Leicester
SSRG Scotland: Integrated Children’s Services Plans: Progress and Good Practice
Wednesday 28 September 2005
COSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh
SSRG Scotland: Improving Services for Children: Developments in Inspection and Performance Indicators
13 June 2005
Old Viewforth, Stirling
One day conference at the University of Brighton, opened by Sir David Watson, Vice-Chancellor, University of Brighton.
SSRG Annual Workshop 2005: Social Care in Transition Partnerships, Practice and Performance – 11, 12 and 13 April 2005
The Annual Workshop is the main event on the SSRG calendar. It provides the opportunity for members and non-members to meet together and discuss key issues relating to research, policy and planning across social care and health.
Click here to see the presentations from the workshop.
SSRG Training Workshops: Implementing The Research Governance Framework In Social Care – February and March 2005
Programme of free workshops is funded by the Department of Health.
Click here to see the programme.
A New Health Network Conference: Practice Based Commissioning – Opportunities and Implications – 01 March 2005
9am to 2pm, central London
This cutting edge conference will explore the implications of practice based commissioning for every Primary Care Trust, Hospital Trust, health sector business, Foundation Trust and GP practice; as well as the opportunities that PBC can bring and its potential impact on patient care. High calibre speakers including John Hutton MP, Minister of State for Health; David Colin-Thome GP, National Clinical Director for Primary Care; and Dr Richard Lewis, visiting Fellow, The King’s Fund, will stimulate wide ranging discussions aimed at anyone involved in strategic decision making within their organisation.
SSRG/SEARIG Annual Conference 2005: Practitioner Research? Messages from the Frontline – 18 February 2005
West Sussex County Hall, Chichester
The promotion of Evidence Informed Practice and decision-making continues to pervade the work that we do. This Conference will explore why it should be happening, resources available to people, how organisations can support the development and provide practical workshops about work that people have carried out.
Local Health Indicators from the Census – 7 February 2005
A joint LARIA/CCSR/LGA Seminar Crewe Alexandra Football Club, Crewe
Click here to download programme (27kbPDF file).