School of Social Care Reseach NIHR
Improving the evidence base for adult social care in England

 

Join us between 09.45 and 16.30 on 8 April 2014 in the New Academic Building at the London School of Economics and Political Science for our next annual conference. The conference will bring together presentations on emerging findings from across our funded studies and their implications for practice.

The conference is free to attend but pre-registration is required. Click here for further information and tickets.

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Latest Findings

Wider use of evidence-based employment support for disabled people would result in more people in new or retained jobs at a lower cost. Read more >>

Martin Knapp

Latest News

Further £15 million and five year extension for SSCR: The National Institute for Health Research recently announced a further £15 million in funding for the School from May 2014 until April 2019 to continue the School's research and related activities to improve the evidence base for adult social care practice in England. Read more >>

Professor Martin Knapp re-appointed as Director of SSCR: We are delighted that the National Institute for Health Research have re-appointed Martin as Director of SSCR in its next phase (May 2014 - April 2019). Read more >>

Insights for Good Practice

Evidence-based practice is essential in addressing care and support needs within tightening budgets. More important are the needs of current and future service users and carers. Read more >>

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