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IRISS Video - Peter Beresford on the evolution of user involvement

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice.

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IRISS image bank collection: Criminal Justice

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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The Social Care Institute for Excellence's (SCIE) support for students

Our resources support the core curriculum for social work education and training and can be accessed free of charge. We encourage students and educators to use our resources for personal learning, formal training or presentations. SCIE’s work covers adults’, children’s and families’ and workforce services. SCIE’s student page helpfully highlights a selection of resources which directly reflect the Social Work degree core curriculum. It also allows you to link straight through to some of our innovative multi-media resources

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The student learning experience - what exactly do they learn and what exactly do they experience?

This is a presentation I gave at the Joint Social Work Education Conference 2010. It outlines my theoretical proposition for 'creative pedagogy' and invites evaluation, contributions and comments from participants. The presntation includes the notes to myself, so they're not complte and comprehensive, but i hope they illuminate the slides to some extent. Please do let me know what you think about the proposition. I'd love to hear from you

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IRISS Video - Alan Sinclair on 'doing the right thing'

Alan Sinclair was talking at the Scottish Attachment in Action conference held in Falkirk, September, 2010

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IRISS Video - Alan Sinclair on the UK's attitude towards children

Alan Sinclair was talking at the Scottish Attachment in Action conference held in Falkirk, September, 2010

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IRISS Video - Andy Gibson: Mind Apples

Andy Gibson is an award-winning social entrepreneur, campaigner and consultant specialising in the social applications of new technologies. He is founder and director of the innovation consultancy Sociability, co-founder of “education 2.0″ start-up, School of Everything, which won both a New Statesman New Media Award and a Prime Minister’s Catalyst Award in 2008, and founder of the “5-a-day for your mind” campaign, Mindapples.

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IRISS Video - Caroline Tomlinson: In Control

Caroline Tomlinson is the parent of three children: Joe, Rosie and Jacob. Joe is 19 years old and has high support needs. He took part in the national in Control pilot in Wigan. Joe was the first person in the UK to receive an individual budget and it has made a phenomenal difference to his life.

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IRISS Video - Dr Dan Hughes on developing the quality for foster carers

Dr Hughes was talking at the Scottish Attachment in Action conference held in Falkirk, September, 2010

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IRISS Video - Dr. Phil Wilson on the 'strengths and difficulties' questionnaire

Dr Wilson was talking at the Scottish Attachment in Action conference held in Falkirk, September, 2010

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IRISS Video - Edwina Grant on why SAIA set up and when

Edwina Grant, member of the SAIA Executive Committee, reflects on the first SAIA conference, held in Falkirk, September 2010

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IRISS Video - Edwina Grant reflects on the first SAIA conference

Edwina Grant, member of the SAIA Executive Committee, reflects on the first SAIA conference, held in Falkirk, September 2010

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IRISS Video - Fergus McNeill on how IRISS can promote what works in youth justice

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Professor Fergus McNeill discusses how IRISS can promote what works in youth justice. The audio recording of the talk is available from iriss.org.uk/​resources/​youth-justice-professor-fergus-mcneill

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IRISS Video - Fergus McNeill on the evolution of youth justice in Scotland

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Professor Fergus McNeill discusses the evolution of youth justice in Scotland. The audio recording of the talk is available from iriss.org.uk/​resources/​youth-justice-professor-fergus-mcneill

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IRISS Video - Fergus McNeill on the role practitioner wisdom plays in youth justice intervention

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Professor Fergus McNeill discusses the role practitioner wisdom plays in youth justice intervention. The audio recording of the talk is available from iriss.org.uk/​resources/​youth-justice-professor-fergus-mcneill

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IRISS Video - Moveable Feast Theatre

Moveable Feast ( mixitmusic.co.uk/​mfa.php) are an internationally renowned inclusive theatre company. The are unique as they harness the experiences and strengths of family members and people with learning disabilities to present on cutting edge issues.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Alan Urquhart

Alan Urquhart, Community Capacity Building Manager for Perth & Kinross Council, focuses on community capacity building and speaks of the need to build the confidence of local people to work together to get the services they need. He provides an interesting example of partnership working between the local community in Aberfeldy and the council regarding use of the town hall.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Brigid Daniel

Brigid Daniel speaks of the need for more strategic partnerships with councils, focusing on the areas of developing research for practice, practice exchange and CPD.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Iain Ferguson

Dr Iain Ferguson, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Stirling, talks about how various user groups have different expectations of services, and as the number of service users grow, whether support can be sustained.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Jean Bush

Jean Bush gives an insight into what personalisation is in practice, and provides an example of practice from her own experience.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Karl Stern

A seminar and workshop organised by the Perth and Kinross Partnership / University of Stirling Partnership to examine policy and practice in personalisation and community capacity. Interview with Karl Stern, Learning and Organisational Development Manager at Perth and Kinross Council, on the development of partnerships to improve the link between social work practice and research/academia. Focusing specifically on the partnership between Perth and Kinross Council and Stirling University, Stern speaks about three key areas of development: research, CPD and practice exchange.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Kirstein Rummery

Professor Kirstein Rummery, Chair of Social Policy at the University of Stirling, compares the differences between regulated, state-supported personalisation schemes, such as those offered in France, the Netherlands and the UK, with much more unregulated and unstructured schemes available in countries such as Austria and Italy. Rummery also speaks about outcomes, and how more formal, state-supported schemes usually mean better services and outcomes for both workers and users.

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IRISS Video - Personalisation & Community Capacity - Suzie Burt

Suzie Burt from Perth and Kinross Council speaks about the improvements to their services and the challenges that the council will face in the future. She highlights the need to improve outcomes for service users, as well as the need for the council to measure performance in order to produce evidence that quality services are being provided.

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IRISS Video - Peter Beresford on barriers to user involvement in the social services sector

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Part of the IRISS What Works: Putting Research Into Practice series, Peter Beresford - bit.ly/​awQjhi - talks about effective user involvement.

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IRISS Video - Peter Beresford on facilitating user involvement

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Part of the IRISS What Works: Putting Research Into Practice series, Peter Beresford - bit.ly/​awQjhi - talks about effective user involvement.

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IRISS Video - Peter Beresford on self empowerment

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Part of the IRISS What Works: Putting Research Into Practice series, Peter Beresford - bit.ly/​awQjhi - talks about effective user involvement. Edinburgh, 20 January, 2010

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IRISS Video - Phil Wilson on the impact of early neglect on child development

Dr Wilson was talking at the Scottish Attachment in Action conference held in Falkirk, September, 2010

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IRISS Video - Widening Participation in Social Work Education - Part 2

Delegates comment on the questions of diversity and widening access to social work education. From an Open University seminar held at the University of Paisley, Hamilton Campus, 30 September 2009.

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IRISS Video -Widening Participation in Social Work Education - Part 1

Delegates comment on what we mean by a workforce that reflects the diversity of the population. From an Open University seminar held at the Univesrity of Paisley, Hamilton Campus, 30 September 2009.

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IRISS image bank collection: Adults & Children / Young People

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS image bank collection: Adults & Older People

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS image bank collection: Children & Young People

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS image bank collection: Emotions

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS image bank collection: Prison

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS image bank collection: social services workers and service users

A collection of images suitable for use in social work training. These images have Creative Commons licences and may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.

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IRISS video - Fergus McNeill on compassion & social skills, can they be learned?

IRISS hosted a series of workshops around the theme of What Works in delivering positive outcomes in the social services. The workshops were intended to be practice oriented, with the aim that attendees took home at least one strategy on how to apply research and evidence effectively in their practice. Professor Fergus McNeill discusses compassion & social skills, can they be learned? The audio recording of the talk is available from iriss.org.uk/​resources/​youth-justice-professor-fergus-mcneill

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Experiences of inpatient care - losing your dignity

These digital stories were created by service user members of the Inpatient Care Forum at the CEIMH at the University of Birmingham as part of a project to create resources for teaching about inpatient care for health care workers. They are scripted from the persons lived experience and were made by them with support from myself and colleagues, Liz Chilton and Dee Partridge.

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