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Research in Practice's mission is to champion evidence-informed practice in children’s services. We aim to bridge the gaps between research, practice and service users’ lived experiences to improve practice and ultimately outcomes for children and families.Research in Practice for Adults support people working in social care and health to improve outcomes for adults, their families and carers. We bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services to enable professionals across the sector to make evidence-informed decisions about the design and delivery of Adults’ Services.

Latest Episodes

County lines, criminal exploitation and cuckooing: Greater Manchester's learning

Kate Kayley, Learning and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, speaks to Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding lead Jayne Horan and Detective Sergeant Deborah Hurst of Programme Challenger in the Modern Slavery Unit. Relevant to both rural and urban areas, they discuss definitions of cuckooing, criminal exploitation and county lines in the context of what the issues look like in Greater Manchester. They consider what the harm can look like to young people and adults who are exploited, how to see those who are exploited as victims and not just perpetrators, and begin to outline the system-wide shifts needed to tackle exploitation and offer support. This Podcast is the first in a two part series.

16 MINJUL 26
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County lines, criminal exploitation and cuckooing: Greater Manchester's learning

Safeguarding children and young people from exploitation

Lead author Carlene Firmin (University of Bedfordshire) and Research in Practice Director Dez Holmes discuss the Safeguarding and exploitation – complex, contextual and holistic approaches: Strategic Briefing. They reflect on the holistic approach needed to protect children and young people who are, or who are at risk of, being exploited. The current system is arguably not designed to meet the needs and risks that young people face outside the family home. They explain the rationale behind complex, contextual, transitional and holistic safeguarding approaches and how they overlap and complement each other. Looking at a case example, they outline how the child protection system needs to adapt strategically and operationally in order to respond to the harm that this young person faced. They also discuss the importance of working with parents as partners and the need to work with communities to enable an effective safeguarding response for young people facing harm outside of the home.

43 MINJUL 1
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Safeguarding children and young people from exploitation

Person-centred approaches to adult mental health

Katy Shorten, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our latest Frontline Briefing. They explore the experience of writing on a topic where there are polarised views and approaches, drawing parallels with practice and discussing reflections about how to keep the person at the centre of support in this context. This Podcast provides a useful introduction to our new publication Person-centred approaches to adult mental health.

22 MINJAN 15
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Person-centred approaches to adult mental health

Strengths-based conversations: Supporting good practice

Tish Elliott, registered social worker and practice educator, reflects on the different models used to support practitioners, including Appreciative Inquiry and solution-focused brief therapy. She considers how they fit within a strengths perspective and suggestions for their use in strengths-based conversations with people accessing services and their carers. This Podcast is the third in a series exploring strengths-based conversations.

21 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Strengths-based conversations: Supporting good practice

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Early intervention

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Dr Nick Axford from the University of Plymouth. They consider the evidence underpinning early intervention, the challenges of commissioning and implementation, and the need for nuanced understanding. This is the third Podcast in a series exploring the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

48 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Risks, rights and the role of the state: Early intervention

Strengths-based conversations: Skills for effective communication

Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, outlines the process of sourcing new information about an individual’s strengths and community assets. She considers the effect this may have on people accessing services and explores the common challenges to strengths-based working. As part of the episode, Mick Ward, Chief Officer of Transformation and Innovation at Leeds City Council provides a summary of asset-based community development and how this works in practice. This is the second in a series of Podcasts to explore the subject of strengths-based conversations.

13 MIN2018 AUG 16
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Strengths-based conversations: Skills for effective communication

Strengths-based conversations: An introduction

Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, introduces some of the theories that underpin a strengths-based approach and reflects on the art of having strengths-based conversations. As part of this episode, Lyn Romeo, Chief Social Worker for Adults, provides an overview of her Roundtable report: Strengths-based social work practice with adults. This Podcast is the first in a series to explore strengths-based conversations.

9 MIN2018 JUL 20
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Strengths-based conversations: An introduction

Risks, rights, values and ethics

Lisa Smith, Assistant Director of Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our Frontline Briefing. They explore the impact of our own values and ethics when we are working with people, particularly when we are considering working with risk. This Podcast provides a useful introduction to our publication Risks, rights, values and ethics.

33 MIN2018 JUL 5
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Risks, rights, values and ethics

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Grounded professional judgement

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Professor Danielle Turney from the University of Bristol. They discuss grounded professional judgement, the work that Danielle has done internationally on the subject and more. This Podcast is the second in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

25 MIN2018 JUN 21
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Risks, rights and the role of the state: Grounded professional judgement

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Parents with learning disabilities

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Danielle Turney and Beth Tarleton, the authors of our recent Strategic Briefing: Supporting parents with learning difficulties. They discuss working with parents who have a learning disability, how understanding has changed over time and what effective practice might look like. This Podcast is the first in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

52 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Risks, rights and the role of the state: Parents with learning disabilities

Latest Episodes

County lines, criminal exploitation and cuckooing: Greater Manchester's learning

Kate Kayley, Learning and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, speaks to Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding lead Jayne Horan and Detective Sergeant Deborah Hurst of Programme Challenger in the Modern Slavery Unit. Relevant to both rural and urban areas, they discuss definitions of cuckooing, criminal exploitation and county lines in the context of what the issues look like in Greater Manchester. They consider what the harm can look like to young people and adults who are exploited, how to see those who are exploited as victims and not just perpetrators, and begin to outline the system-wide shifts needed to tackle exploitation and offer support. This Podcast is the first in a two part series.

16 MINJUL 26
Comments
County lines, criminal exploitation and cuckooing: Greater Manchester's learning

Safeguarding children and young people from exploitation

Lead author Carlene Firmin (University of Bedfordshire) and Research in Practice Director Dez Holmes discuss the Safeguarding and exploitation – complex, contextual and holistic approaches: Strategic Briefing. They reflect on the holistic approach needed to protect children and young people who are, or who are at risk of, being exploited. The current system is arguably not designed to meet the needs and risks that young people face outside the family home. They explain the rationale behind complex, contextual, transitional and holistic safeguarding approaches and how they overlap and complement each other. Looking at a case example, they outline how the child protection system needs to adapt strategically and operationally in order to respond to the harm that this young person faced. They also discuss the importance of working with parents as partners and the need to work with communities to enable an effective safeguarding response for young people facing harm outside of the home.

43 MINJUL 1
Comments
Safeguarding children and young people from exploitation

Person-centred approaches to adult mental health

Katy Shorten, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our latest Frontline Briefing. They explore the experience of writing on a topic where there are polarised views and approaches, drawing parallels with practice and discussing reflections about how to keep the person at the centre of support in this context. This Podcast provides a useful introduction to our new publication Person-centred approaches to adult mental health.

22 MINJAN 15
Comments
Person-centred approaches to adult mental health

Strengths-based conversations: Supporting good practice

Tish Elliott, registered social worker and practice educator, reflects on the different models used to support practitioners, including Appreciative Inquiry and solution-focused brief therapy. She considers how they fit within a strengths perspective and suggestions for their use in strengths-based conversations with people accessing services and their carers. This Podcast is the third in a series exploring strengths-based conversations.

21 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Strengths-based conversations: Supporting good practice

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Early intervention

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Dr Nick Axford from the University of Plymouth. They consider the evidence underpinning early intervention, the challenges of commissioning and implementation, and the need for nuanced understanding. This is the third Podcast in a series exploring the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

48 MIN2018 AUG 30
Comments
Risks, rights and the role of the state: Early intervention

Strengths-based conversations: Skills for effective communication

Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, outlines the process of sourcing new information about an individual’s strengths and community assets. She considers the effect this may have on people accessing services and explores the common challenges to strengths-based working. As part of the episode, Mick Ward, Chief Officer of Transformation and Innovation at Leeds City Council provides a summary of asset-based community development and how this works in practice. This is the second in a series of Podcasts to explore the subject of strengths-based conversations.

13 MIN2018 AUG 16
Comments
Strengths-based conversations: Skills for effective communication

Strengths-based conversations: An introduction

Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, introduces some of the theories that underpin a strengths-based approach and reflects on the art of having strengths-based conversations. As part of this episode, Lyn Romeo, Chief Social Worker for Adults, provides an overview of her Roundtable report: Strengths-based social work practice with adults. This Podcast is the first in a series to explore strengths-based conversations.

9 MIN2018 JUL 20
Comments
Strengths-based conversations: An introduction

Risks, rights, values and ethics

Lisa Smith, Assistant Director of Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our Frontline Briefing. They explore the impact of our own values and ethics when we are working with people, particularly when we are considering working with risk. This Podcast provides a useful introduction to our publication Risks, rights, values and ethics.

33 MIN2018 JUL 5
Comments
Risks, rights, values and ethics

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Grounded professional judgement

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Professor Danielle Turney from the University of Bristol. They discuss grounded professional judgement, the work that Danielle has done internationally on the subject and more. This Podcast is the second in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

25 MIN2018 JUN 21
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Risks, rights and the role of the state: Grounded professional judgement

Risks, rights and the role of the state: Parents with learning disabilities

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Danielle Turney and Beth Tarleton, the authors of our recent Strategic Briefing: Supporting parents with learning difficulties. They discuss working with parents who have a learning disability, how understanding has changed over time and what effective practice might look like. This Podcast is the first in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

52 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Risks, rights and the role of the state: Parents with learning disabilities