Longitudinal Care Work Study (LoCS) Expert Seminar: Presentation and discussion of emerging findings

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Abstract

At the outset of the Longitudinal Care Work Study (LoCS) an Expert Seminar engaged a range of stakeholders in the study aims and methods. This second LoCS Expert Seminar was similarly designed to gather diverse expert perspectives to discuss emerging findings from the analysis of the qualitative and quantitative data from phases one and two of the research and to take part in a priority setting exercise for the study’s next phases. Forty participants attended from a cross-section of local authorities, social care providers and umbrella social care sector organisations, including user representative groups, a range of academic perspectives, and the sector skills and professional bodies, Skills for Care and The College of Social Work.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherKing's College, London
Commissioning bodyDHSC Department of Health and Social Care
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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