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Improving the evidence base for adult social care in England

SSCR is delighted to have received a further five year's funding from the National Institute for Health Research from 1 May 2014. Further information will be available soon on our future programme.

Methods Review

Latest Methods Review

Randomisation and chance-based designs in social care research
This methods review by Professors Bob Woods and Ian Russell explores chance-based designs (CBDs). CBDs are less widely used in social care research in the UK, and are generally viewed with suspicion. Read more >>

Latest news

Latest News

Satisfaction with social care services among South Asian and White British groups
An SSCR-commissioned study explored satisfaction levels with social care services with people from South Asian groups and interviewed a White British comparisons group to see how similar or different their experiences were. 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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The School for Social Care Research (Phase II, 2014 - 2019) is a partnership between the London School of Economics and Political Science and the Universities of Bristol, Kent, Manchester and York, and is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (www.nihr.ac.uk).

Phase I (2009 - 2014) of SSCR involved the London School of Economics and Political Science, King’s College London and the Universities of Kent, Manchester and York.
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