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In this week's Knowledge Exchange, how Scotland is refashioning social care, a systematic review on self-harm, suicidal behaviour and cyberbullying in children and young people, and the benefits and challenges of open-access books.
In this week's Knowledge Exchange, alcohol's effect on others, a digital toolkit for campaigners and non-profits, and a podcast on why education systems must support those with an immigrant background.
In this week's Knowledge Exchange, tools, resources and case studies to support research and implementation when dealing with complex real-world problems, how different forms of parental arguments affect children in different ways, and changes in attitudes to, and experiences of, youth mental health.
Paul Cairney is Professor of Politics and Public Policy in Strathclyde University. He blogs regularly about the role of evidence in public policy. We spoke to Paul about evidence informed policy, what we mean by it and what are some of the challenges of getting evidence into policy?
How do we create collaborative compassionate, inclusive leadership in public services?
This is the focus of the third issue of the CES Leaders Digest – a blog series where we learn together, from research and real-world experience, about effective leadership and its role in public services.
This entry features videos of Michael West, Senior Fellow with the King’s Fund (UK) and Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology at Lancaster University Management School. Last year, Michael spoke to senior leaders in the Northern Ireland Civil Service, as part of the ‘Leading into the Future Programme’, supported by our work on the Goal Programme.
In this week's Knowledge Exchange, school-based interventions for reducing disciplinary school exclusion, a tool monitoring the progress of governments to promote gender equality, and data on social housing in Ireland.
In early February, the Health Foundation in the UK held an event to illustrate different forms of evidence and how they can inform policy in public health. X Factor for Evidence for the Publics Health was the title of this event, which featured short contributions followed by a lively discussion on the topic. A recording of the event and accompanying materials are now available.
In this weeks Knowledge Exchange, what the Northern Ireland budget means for health and education, research on women, and the views of young people north and south feature in a new all island report on Brexit.