Browse our collection of recent blog articles and news items, providing a variety of materials for researchers, practitioners, and the public.
New safeguarding resource for working with children and young people
Resources developed by Cardiff University research bringing together resources and materials created from research and partnership work with young people, as well as foster carers, and social care and allied professionals
Social Care Wales ‘Padlet’ of wellbeing resources
A Padlet of Well-being resources developed by Social Care Wales
The performance and improvement framework for social services
A blog written by Well-being and Improvement Branch at Welsh Government on the Performance and Improvement Framework for Social Services
Experiences of unpaid carers during the pandemic and beyond
Unpaid carers are the backbone of the health and social care system in Wales and across the United Kingdom. As part of our wellbeing conference Dr Jen Lyttleton-Smith talks about a study which formed a report about this and Dr Dan Burrows is in conversation with Chris Williamson.
CAER Heritage and Social Prescribing: Improving Health and Well-being through Heritage Projects
A blog written by Dr Oliver Davis about CAER Heritage and Social Prescribing. As part of our Summer Well-being Conference
ExChange Wales Well-Being Conference Series Launch Event: The Significance of ‘Well-Being’ to Welsh Social Care
Welcome to this launch event for the ExChange Wales summer conference series 2021 on Well-Being.
Summer Conference Series
We are launching our Wellbeing conference with a range of events taking place over 3 weeks between 21 June – 13 July
Our priorities: what matters to care-experienced young people
A blog by Tiff Evans from Voices from Care Cymru as part of our Care Conference.
Understanding out of home care rates in Northern Ireland: a thematic analysis
The concept of health inequalities – unfair and avoidable differences in health across the population, and between different groups within society – is well-established and accepted within public health…
Do family drug and alcohol courts (FDACs) reduce care?
A blog by Professor Judith Harwin of Lancaster University on the topic Do family drug and alcohol courts (FDACs) reduce care?