Additional video resources

Domestic Violence in the context of Serious Case Reviews Domestic Violence in the context of Serious Case Reviews

2009

Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia, talks about Domestic Violence in the context of SCR’s, focusing on the volatility of young men/women in families.

Multi-agency communicationMulti-agency communication

2009

Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia, talks about multi-agency communication in the context of a particular Serious Case Review.

Neglect in the context of SCR'sNeglect in the context of SCR’s

2009

Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia, talks about neglect in ‘chaotic families’.

Neglected adolescentsNeglected adolescents

2009

Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia, talks about neglected adolescents and how they fit into the context of research into Serious Case Reviews.

Positive practice cyclesPositive practice cycles

2009

Marion Brandon, University of East Anglia, talks about positive practice cycles and gives examples based on learning from Serious Case Reviews.

Haringey post-Baby PeterHaringey post-Baby Peter

2009

Sarah Peel, Business Manager, Haringey LSCB, talks about Workforce Development in Haringey post-Baby Peter and communicating the learning from the Serious Case Review.

Incorporating SCR messages - challenges and benefitsIncorporating SCR messages – challenges and benefits

2009

Corinne de Alwis, Lead Learning and Development Consultant, Haringey, talks about the challenges and benefits of incorporating Serious Case Review messages into Workforce Development.

Incorporating SCR messages - Hubs of ChangeIncorporating SCR messages – Hubs of Change

2009

Corinne de Alwis, Lead Learning and Development Consultant, Haringey, talks about incorporating Serious Case Review messages into Workforce Development, describing the implementation of Hubs of Change to improve social work practice.

Incorporating SCR messages - impactIncorporating SCR messages – impact

2009

Corinne de Alwis, Lead Learning and Development Consultant, Haringey, talks about the impact of incorporating Serious Case Review messages into Workforce Development.

Incorporating SCR messages - resourcesIncorporating SCR messages – resources

2009

Corinne de Alwis, Lead Learning and Development Consultant, Haringey, talks about the challenge of incorporating Serious Case Review messages into Workforce Development with limited resources.

Incorporating SCR messages - supervisionIncorporating SCR messages – supervision

2009

Corinne de Alwis, Lead Learning and Development Consultant, Haringey, talks about incorporating Serious Case Review messages into Workforce Development to improve supervision.

Organisational leadership practiceOrganisational leadership practice

2009

Professor Harry Daniels, University of Bath, discusses his work around organisational leadership practice. He talks about what it means to take an ‘intelligent leadership’ approach, and how it is important to ensure that new ways of working are captured so that organisations can continue to promote effective practice.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 1Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 1

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, introduces the concept of a systems approach to Serious Case Reviews.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 2Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 2

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, introduces the concept of a systems approach to Serious Case Reviews.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 3Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 3

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, talks about single and double loop learning and their implications for Serious Case Reviews.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 4Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 4

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, talks about the concept of a systems approach to Serious Case Reviews.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 5Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 5

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, talks about spreading the systems approach to Serious Case Reviews across the sector, making SCR’s a more constructive learning experience.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 6Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 6

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, talks about current changes in children’s services and how SCRs can be used to think about the impacts of change.

Taking a 'systems' approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 7Taking a ‘systems’ approach to Serious Case Reviews: Part 7

2009

Sheila Fish, Senior Research Analyst SCIE, talks about the role of research evidence in a systems approach to Serious Case Reviews.

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