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PO1 Complex and severe needs
PO2 Personalised services
PO3 Social capital interventions
PO4 Deprivation of liberty safeguards
PO5 Younger disabled adults
PO6 Supporting carers
PO7 Dementia care at home
PO8 Adult safeguarding practices
PO9 Skilled support for people with complex needs
PO10 Supporting unpaid carers to stay in employment
PO11 Managed personal budgets
PO12 Carers and personalisation
PO13 Homeless women
PO14 Support planning
PO15 Resource allocation
PO16 Mental capacity
PO17 Local prevention initiatives
PO18 Community Treatment Orders
PO19 Personal budgets and older people
PO20 Family-based interventions in mental health
PO21 Supporting carers’ employment
PO22 Pakistani and Bangladeshi experiences of home care
PO23 Participatory video and dementia
PO24 South Asian attitudes towards social care
PO25Choice and control for physically disabled young adults
PO26 Employment support for disabled people with the relationship between investment and outcomes (people getting paid work)
PO27 Factors that contribute to the levels of satisfaction with social care for physical disabilities amongst Chinese and African Caribbean service users
PO28 Social care interventions that promote social participation and well-being: a mixed methods study
PO29 People with learning disabilities from black and minority groups: An exploration of their experiences and views of services
PO30 Outcomes, processes and cost-effectiveness of Shared Lives
PO31 Relocation, portability and social care practice: investigating the barriers and solutions encountered by disabled people when moving across local authority areas for employment and education reasons
PO32 Supporting people with learning disabilities who have offended to live safely in the community: negotiating policy and practice to promote social inclusion and rehabilitation
PO33 Recent survey evidence about unpaid carers: Implications for social care practice in England
PO34 ASSET: Adult social services environments and settings
PO35 Overcoming barriers: Unpaid care and employment in England (Follow-on study)
PO36 A qualitative exploration of ethnic differences in satisfaction with support services amongst older people with long-term conditions and their carers
PO37 Preventing challenging behaviour of adults with complex needs in supported accommodation
PO38 E-inclusion and access to the “ICT-care sector” of older people in England
PO39 Domestic violence against women with learning disabilities
PO40 Costs and benefits of social care support for ex-offenders with Learning Disabilities
PO41 Risk, safeguarding and personal budgets: exploring relationships and identifying good practice
PO42 ASCOT Feedback Intervention Study (AFIS): Exploring the feasibility of an outcomes-focused intervention on care home practice
PO43 Examining the economic case for social care interventions
PO44 To identify, and assess the effectiveness of social care’s, contribution to the development of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARACs) and the protection of adults facing domestic violence.
PO45 Developing best practice in social care and support for adults with concurrent sight loss and dementia within different housing settings
PO46 Models of safeguarding: A study exploring and comparing models of adult safeguarding
PO47 Managing organisational change in social care: A review for practitioners and managers
PO48 Men living with long-term conditions: Exploring gender and improving social care
PO49 Support for formerly homeless people
PO51 Care home quality indicator development
PO52 Care home quality indicator interpretation
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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 (

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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