Annual Workshop

SSRG Annual Workshop has been a key event each Spring for many years. Details of the forthcoming annual workshop are given below, and here are links to recent annual events with presentations: 20152014 | 2013 | 2012| 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005

SSRG Annual Workshop (2016) – Sharing Knowledge and Resources to improve Practice and Outcomes

Tuesday 15th March. Venue: Birmingham Voluntary Services Centre (BVSC)

This event was supported by: NIHR School for Social Care Research (SCCR)

Details of presentations


The overall theme this year was “Sharing knowledge and resources to improve practice and outcomes”A chance to learn about the latest approaches and requirements to generate, use and share data within and between agencie

What Might Good Adult Social Care Look Like in Times of Austerity?
John Bolton, Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University

Big Data: Its Role, Implications for Data Sharing and the Human Angle (no PowerPoint slides used)
Stephen Curtis, Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing

Integrated Information: Experience of its Uses and Challenges
Michele Chew, Derbyshire CC and Matt Williams, Leicestershire County Council

An Agenda for a Conversation: How Can NICE Guidelines Help Improve Person-Centred Integrated Working?
Carolyn Denne, NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care, SCIE

Research Governance – Updating the Policy Framework and Social Care Research (PowerPoint slides to come)
Amanda Hunn, Health Research Authority

Sharing and Comparing Knowledge across Agencies and Regions
Gordon Smith and Stephen Kerr, Health and Social Care Benchmarking Network

Meaningful and Measurable – The Critical Link Between Evidence and Practice
Emma Miller, University of Strathclyde and Karen Barrie, Edinburgh University

Driving Forward Research and Evidence for Social Work: Reflections from Northern Ireland on the Development of a Social Work Research and Continuous Improvement Strategy 2015-2020
Anne McGlade and David Bickerstaff, Health and Social Care Board

Research Impact: Tales of the Unexpected (PowerPoint slides to come)
Martin Knapp, NIHR School for Social Care Research




Updated 10/02/2016 – Martin Steven