Briefing paper that summarises and discusses further the findings from a recent publication on alcohol-related mortality in deprived UK cities.
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Report that examines how co-production could be mainstreamed in the UK, involving a number of approaches.
Paper that outlines some of the changes from the UK government's welfare reforms, and sets out their financial impacts through case studies of hypothetical working age households.
It seeks to inform Scottish Government work on welfare reform mitigation by illustrating the kinds of specific impacts the various reforms are having, and identifying potential 'winners and losers' of the reforms.
Interim report to the Scottish Government on 1st sweep of interviews.
Report, together with formal minutes.
Project aimed to map the community assets in Wirral, and measure their impact using a social value approach.
This report provides a summary of the project methods and findings.
Provides conceptual substantiation and practical guidance for co-producing research with communities; and advances the theory and practice of co-producing research with communities.
Facilitating older service users' requirements for access to or re-engagement in social networks following hospital discharge is recognised in social care analysis and policy as critically important. This is because of the associated benefits for restoring physical health and psychological well-being. However, it tends to be a neglected dimension of current social care/intermediate care. Our paper draws on a qualitative study of voluntary sector hospital aftercare social rehabilitation projects in five UK localities, which focused on addressing this issue.