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Research in Practice Podcast

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At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.

At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.

Twitter:

@researchip

Language:

English

Contact:

01803847288


Episodes

Working together, learning together: A lived experience guide to co-production

2/10/2021
Claire Williams, Research in Practice Research and Development Officer, speaks to Clenton Farquharson. Clenton is Chair of Think Local Act Personal Partnership board, a Trustee of the race equality foundation, an Ambassador for disability rights and he has lived experience of social care services. They talk about co-production and how the discussion around it is still quite theoretical. Clenton explains how it can work in organisations, and what it really means for people with lived...

Duration:00:19:19

Adverse Childhood Experiences: What they tell us and implications for social care

2/4/2021
In this podcast Fidelma Hanrahan, Senior Research Officer at Research in Practice, speaks to Kirsten Asmussen, Head of What Works, Child Development at the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF), about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the implications for public health and children’s social care.

Duration:00:48:09

Working with the community: How Love Barrow Families has developed over time

11/24/2020
Julie Wilkinson, Research in Practice Associate, speaks to Trina Robson, one of the Directors at Love Barrow Families. This episode looks at how Love Barrow Families has developed over time, maintained core values and responded to change.

Duration:00:33:56

Working with the community: Setting up Love Barrow Families

11/9/2020
Julie Wilkinson, Research in Practice Associate, speaks to Trina Robson, one of the Directors at Love Barrow Families. This episode discusses how Love Barrow Families started work with the community in Barrow in Furness. It highlights how they provided a sense of belonging and trust for families and the importance of an ethos that values and promotes the strengths, assets and skills of individuals in the community.

Duration:00:23:48

Reflecting together on CPD: A conversation with Social Work England

10/20/2020
Amanda Richards and Hannah Scott, Research and Development Officers at Research in Practice, talk to Ahmina Akhtar, Regional Engagement lead for Social Work England, Yorkshire and the Humber. They reflect on the importance of continuing professional development (CPD) for registered social workers, the aims of Social Work England and provide some top tips. Talking points This podcast looks at: - The aims of Social Work England as an organisation; how the organisation is different from The...

Duration:00:26:24

Poverty aware practice with children and families

10/15/2020
Susannah Bowyer, Assistant Director at Research in Practice in conversation with Prof. Kate Morris of the University of Sheffield, and Prof. Brid Featherstone of the University of Huddersfield. In this podcast Brid and Kate talk about their powerful body of research and their radical vision for social work with children, young people and families around poverty, inequality and neglect. Talking Points • The strong association between a family’s socio-economic circumstances and the chances...

Duration:00:51:43

BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART4

10/6/2020
BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART4 by Research in Practice

Duration:00:05:24

BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART3

10/6/2020
BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART3 by Research in Practice

Duration:00:04:17

BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART2

10/6/2020
BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART2 by Research in Practice

Duration:00:05:20

BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART1

10/6/2020
BRIDGE - AUDIO - PART1 by Research in Practice

Duration:00:10:48

DEZ - SWORD

10/6/2020
DEZ - SWORD by Research in Practice

Duration:00:02:15

A sister’s experience of county lines: The possibility of leaving and exiting

8/21/2020
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited. This episode focuses on barriers to leaving and exiting and what needs to be overcome. It talks about how threats and violence hold young people in the county lines gang. It talks about how societal drug use facilitates county lines exploitation. Sara reflects on the role of professionals and systems and puts forward...

Duration:00:16:08

A sister's experience of county lines: The business model

8/10/2020
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited. This episode focuses on how county lines is a business model and how it increasingly took over her brother’s life. It gives more detail about how the operation is run and how there is a tight schedule for those involved. It talks about how family life was affected, what would have helped, being a victim and a...

Duration:00:19:51

A sister's experience of county lines: Push/pull factors and grooming

7/23/2020
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited. This episode addresses why Sara thinks her brother was exploited in terms of push and pulls factors. It talks about his early life and how he was exploited and groomed both at the beginning and as it progressed. We also come to understand how her brother doesn’t fit the media stereotype. This is the first episode in a...

Duration:00:27:54

Community development work: The approach in Cornwall Council

6/26/2020
Julie Wilkinson, Associate Research and Development Manager at Research in Practice speaks to Becky Higgins, Cornwall Council's Early Help Hub VCS Engagement Coordinator and Lead for the Community Development Worker Project. They discuss the role of community development workers across Cornwall and the ethos and benefits of the approach for children and families, the community and the council. Becky also describes how the approach has been adapted in the context of COVID-19 and how this...

Duration:00:38:54

Community development work: The approach in Camden Council

6/26/2020
Dyfrig Williams, Learning Events Co-ordinator at Research in Practice speaks to Becca Dove, Head of Family Support and Complex Families, and Tim Fisher, service manager for Family Group Conferencing and restorative practice at Camden Council. They talk about the council’s role in community development, relational activism, and how the strength of the community has helped to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. This is the first in a series of podcasts on the topic of community development....

Duration:00:36:03

Ethics dilemmas: Podcast

6/16/2020
Ethics dilemmas: Podcast by Research in Practice

Duration:00:23:25

Exploring emotions in supervision (highlights) - Anna Glinski

6/11/2020
Exploring emotions in supervision (highlights) - Anna Glinski by Research in Practice

Duration:00:04:27

Sally - Shabnam Podcast -May20

6/10/2020
Sally - Shabnam Podcast -May20 by Research in Practice

Duration:00:22:54

Virtual supervision: A supervisors perspective

5/7/2020
Sally Nieman, Professional Social Work Educator and Research in Practice associate, speaks to Shabnam Ahmed, trainer and practice educator from the London Borough of Camden. They explore the benefits and challenges associated with virtual supervision from the perspective of a supervisor.

Duration:00:23:42