New publications and learning events for 2017
Following consultation with the national Partner network, Research in Practice for Adults has now published its programme of learning and delivery for 2017. The programme features training events, workshops, webinars and publications targeted at different roles, learning styles and needs across the workforce.
Reflecting the needs and priorities of the sector, key topics include:
- Working with people who hoard
- Making decisions about mental capacity
- Working with parents who have a learning disability
- What helps make a Safeguarding Adults Review effective?
- Family group conferencing with adults
- Embedding human rights approaches in adult social care
- Recording outcomes-focused conversations
- Strengths-based working
- Values-based system and service redesign
- What does evidence-informed telecare look like?
- Reducing hospital admissions for older people
- Working with complexity
Non-partners across the sector can purchase publications, event places, and commission Tailored Support through the website.
Partners within the RiPfA network have allocated places at learning events and can begin requesting workshop and webinar spaces immediately. Partners can also bookmark upcoming publications and events to save them in the ‘read later’ section of MyRiPfA.
Early booking for workshops and webinars is recommended, particularly where places are limited.