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Friday, May 13, 2011

Consultation opportunity - information needs - social care

Dear Colleague,

Do you need information about any aspect of social care for your work?

Would you be willing to be interviewed as part of our consultation?

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and NICE/NHS Evidence are conducting a joint consultation to understand the information needs of:

o      social care professionals, and
o      health care professionals with social care information needs.

TFPL Intelligent Resources has been appointed to carry out this work.

As part of the work we are asking people to undertake a 30-minute telephone interview. Some volunteers will also do a short online diary taking approximately 45 minutes total.

People in the following roles are particularly sought; the numbers at the ends of the line indicate the numbers sought:

Local Government:

  • Non-social work front line practitioners - 1
  • PCT commissioners – 1
  • GP pathfinder – 2
Joint NHS/LA:
  • Social worker (MH) – 1
  • MH nurse – 2
  • Non-MH nurse – 4
  • Senior care worker – 4
  • Registered nurse – 4
Voluntary (e.g. charity):
  • Nursing manager – 3
  • Senior support worker – 3
  • Registered nurse - 2
National statutory:
  • CQC inspector -1
Interviewees’ names will go into a draw administered by SCIE to win one of four £25 Amazon vouchers. All diarists who complete their entries will receive a £25 Amazon voucher from SCIE.

Interested? Please go to:
http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/496819/SCIE-NICE-info-needs to complete a 3-minute registration.

TFPL Intelligent Resources will then be in touch regarding your participation. The interviews and diaries will take place during April and May.
Thank you.

Mark Fenton
NHS Evidence
mark.fenton at nice.org.uk

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