Report of a survey of Child Death Overview Panels (CDOPs) across England around handling of information about child deaths, actions and recommendations resulting from reviews and how to make better use of information collected by CDOPs.
A series of ten blogs exploring evidence-use in social policy contexts. The second of these explicitly considers the relationship between evidence and innovation.
This is a blog post written by Professor Donald Forrester on the need for evidence-based approaches in social work. He argues that this will enable social workers to articulate and defend their practice and the contribution it makes.
Shonkoff argues that Science, Policy and Practice are distinct cultures with their own approaches to research and evidence. However, since they have a common goal (in this case, improving interventions for children) we need to find creative ways of blending these cultures. He introduces the reader to the main differences between these cultures, and some of the challenges facing evidence-based approaches in this context.
This article provides a useful histoy, and discussion of the key debates surrounding, evidence-based approaches in a social service context.
Evaluation of the Triple P parenting program.
The purpose of this report is to review existing knowledge management and evidence-based practice activities and networks in the North West region and to develop a regional strategy for taking this forward. Time and resources are often wasted because people develop methods over and over again, rather than sharing what they know through reliable local, regional, national and international networks.