All posts by Caroline Charrington

Research is how we prove what works

Even before I became Chief Social Worker for Adults in England, I had long recognised the importance and value of research in social work practice. Then, as now, I believed we must demonstrate professionalism, insight and continuous improvement as we worked to help people achieve better lives for themselves.

https://lynromeo.blog.gov.uk/2016/09/30/research-is-how-we-prove-what-works/

 

Ehospice blog on dying and palliative care in Cambodia from Laura Middleton-Green, Marie Curie Clinical Academic Research Fellow at Marie Curie Hospice Bradford and the University of Bradford.

This is the third blog on dying and palliative care in Cambodia from Laura Middleton-Green, Marie Curie Clinical Academic Research Fellow at Marie Curie Hospice Bradford and the University of Bradford. The others can be viewed on the ehospice web site.

http://www.ehospice.com/uk/ArticleView/tabid/10697/ArticleId/20544/language/en-GB/View.aspx 

Candle Child Bereavement Service: Children, young people and loss – part three

In the final part of this story, Judy Debenham describes how the support that Rachel is receiving from the Candle team is beginning to take effect. The Candle Service is part of St Christopher’s Hospice in London, UK. Around 200 children and young people aged three to 18, who are experiencing loss through death, are referred each year from five south London boroughs.

https://eapcnet.wordpress.com/2016/09/23/candle-child-bereavement-service-children-young-people-and-loss-part-three-2/