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At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.
 
Interviews with authors of the best research, reviews, and opinion published in JAMA Pediatrics. Topics covered: Child Health, Kids and Medicine, Adolescence, Pregnancy, and much more.
 
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Julie Wilkinson, Research in Practice Associate, speaks to Trina Robson, one of the Directors at Love Barrow Families. This episode looks at how Love Barrow Families has developed over time, maintained core values and responded to change.저자 Research in Practice
 
Julie Wilkinson, Research in Practice Associate, speaks to Trina Robson, one of the Directors at Love Barrow Families. This episode discusses how Love Barrow Families started work with the community in Barrow in Furness. It highlights how they provided a sense of belonging and trust for families and the importance of an ethos that values and promot…
 
Amanda Richards and Hannah Scott, Research and Development Officers at Research in Practice, talk to Ahmina Akhtar, Regional Engagement lead for Social Work England, Yorkshire and the Humber. They reflect on the importance of continuing professional development (CPD) for registered social workers, the aims of Social Work England and provide some to…
 
Susannah Bowyer, Assistant Director at Research in Practice in conversation with Prof. Kate Morris of the University of Sheffield, and Prof. Brid Featherstone of the University of Huddersfield. In this podcast Brid and Kate talk about their powerful body of research and their radical vision for social work with children, young people and families a…
 
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited. This episode focuses on barriers to leaving and exiting and what needs to be overcome. It talks about how threats and violence hold young people in the county lines gang. It…
 
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited. This episode focuses on how county lines is a business model and how it increasingly took over her brother’s life. It gives more detail about how the operation is run and ho…
 
Sara (a pseudonym) speaks to Research in Practice Assistant Director Susannah Bowyer about her experience of being a family member of someone who is being criminally exploited.This episode addresses why Sara thinks her brother was exploited in terms of push and pulls factors. It talks about his early life and how he was exploited and groomed both a…
 
Julie Wilkinson, Associate Research and Development Manager at Research in Practice speaks to Becky Higgins, Cornwall Council's Early Help Hub VCS Engagement Coordinator and Lead for the Community Development Worker Project.They discuss the role of community development workers across Cornwall and the ethos and benefits of the approach for children…
 
Dyfrig Williams, Learning Events Co-ordinator at Research in Practice speaks to Becca Dove, Head of Family Support and Complex Families, and Tim Fisher, service manager for Family Group Conferencing and restorative practice at Camden Council.They talk about the council’s role in community development, relational activism, and how the strength of th…
 
Sally Nieman, Professional Social Work Educator and Research in Practice associate, speaks to Shabnam Ahmed, trainer and practice educator from the London Borough of Camden. They explore the benefits and challenges associated with virtual supervision from the perspective of a supervisor.저자 Research in Practice
 
Kate Kayley, Learning and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, continues to talk to Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding lead Jayne Horan and Detective Sergeant Deborah Hurst of Programme Challenger in the Modern Slavery Unit.We hear about Greater Manchester’s approach to tackling criminal exploitation and cuckooing. Jayne a…
 
Kate Kayley, Learning and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, speaks to Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding lead Jayne Horan and Detective Sergeant Deborah Hurst of Programme Challenger in the Modern Slavery Unit. Relevant to both rural and urban areas, they discuss definitions of cuckooing, criminal exploitation and count…
 
Lead author Carlene Firmin (University of Bedfordshire) and Research in Practice Director Dez Holmes discuss the Safeguarding and exploitation – complex, contextual and holistic approaches: Strategic Briefing. They reflect on the holistic approach needed to protect children and young people who are, or who are at risk of, being exploited. The curre…
 
Katy Shorten, Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our latest Frontline Briefing. They explore the experience of writing on a topic where there are polarised views and approaches, drawing parallels with practice and discussing reflections about how to keep the person at the centre of…
 
Interview with Meghan Miller, PhD, author of Sibling Recurrence Risk and Cross-aggregation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Heather L. Tubbs-Cooley, RN, PhD, author of Association of Nurse Workload With Missed Nursing Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Rebecca N. Dudovitz, MD, MSHS, author of Assessment of Exposure to High-Performing Schools and Risk of Adolescent Substance Use: A Natural Experiment저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Tish Elliott, registered social worker and practice educator, reflects on the different models used to support practitioners, including Appreciative Inquiry and solution-focused brief therapy. She considers how they fit within a strengths perspective and suggestions for their use in strengths-based conversations with people accessing services and t…
 
Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Dr Nick Axford from the University of Plymouth. They consider the evidence underpinning early intervention, the challenges of commissioning and implementation, and the need for nuanced understanding. This is the third Podcast in a series exploring the subject …
 
Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, outlines the process of sourcing new information about an individual’s strengths and community assets. She considers the effect this may have on people accessing services and explores the common challenges to strengths-based working. As part of the episode, Mick Ward, Chief Officer of Tra…
 
Tish Elliot, registered social worker and practice educator, introduces some of the theories that underpin a strengths-based approach and reflects on the art of having strengths-based conversations. As part of this episode, Lyn Romeo, Chief Social Worker for Adults, provides an overview of her Roundtable report: Strengths-based social work practice…
 
This summary reviews a randomized clinical trial that explores the effect of the early introduction of solid foods on infant sleep. Association of Early Introduction of Solids With Infant Sleep: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Lisa Smith, Assistant Director of Research in Practice for Adults, talks to Lydia Guthrie, author of our Frontline Briefing. They explore the impact of our own values and ethics when we are working with people, particularly when we are considering working with risk. This Podcast provides a useful introduction to our publication Risks, rights, value…
 
This audio summary describes a sibling-comparison that attempts to determine if preterm birth can cause ADHD and symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Professor Danielle Turney from the University of Bristol. They discuss grounded professional judgement, the work that Danielle has done internationally on the subject and more.This Podcast is the second in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role …
 
This audio summary describes a national survey study that used NHANES data to characterize trends in the use of dietary supplements among children < 20 years old between 2003 and 1014. Read the article: Prevalence of Dietary Supplement Use in US Children and Adolescents, 2003-2014저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary describes a cohort study of more than 16,000 siblings that investigates associations between Cesarean vs vaginal delivery and childhood obesity.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults talks to Danielle Turney and Beth Tarleton, the authors of our recent Strategic Briefing: Supporting parents with learning difficulties. They discuss working with parents who have a learning disability, how understanding has changed over time and what effective practic…
 
This audio summary describes a long-term follow study of a randomized trial designed to test the effects of a preschool home visiting program on academic performance, emotional adjustment, and receipt of school services.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a randomized trial comparing the effects of higher (1200 IU) vs lower (400 IU) doses of vitamin D3 supplementation in healthy infants on CT-measured bone strength and self-reported infections at 2 years of age.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a cohort study that uses Nurses’ Health Study data to investigate associations between diethylstilbestrol (DES) use in pregnancy and self-reported development of ADHD in grandchildren.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a randomized controlled noninferiority trial that compared a solar-powered oxygen delivery system to standard delivery from oxygen cylinders in resources-limited settings.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a study that uses Medicaid claims data to track the cumulative incidence of psychiatric diagnoses, psychotropic medication use, and psychiatric services use in a cohort of children from birth to 8 years of age. Read the article: Patterns of Early Mental Health Diagnosis and Medication Treatment in a Medicaid-Insured Birth…
 
Research in Practice and Research in Practice for Adults have published their Delivery Programmes for 2018-19, which detail their upcoming publications, resources, workshops, webinars, conferences and much more over the next twelve months.In this podcast, Susannah Bowyer Assistant Director for Research in Practice, and Lisa Smith, Assistant Directo…
 
This audio summary reviews a study that uses NHANES data to characterize changes in population prevalence of hypertension after publication in 2017 of the American Academy of Pediatrics clinical practice guideline for screening and management of high blood pressure in children and adolescents.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a meta-analysis of clinical trials estimating the effects of interventions to improve self-regulation in children and adolescents on their health, academic, and social outcomes.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a cohort study exploring the association between prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and gray matter volume and white matter structural connectivity in newborn infants.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a cohort study exploring the association between early prescriptions for acid-suppressing medications or antibiotics and the later development of allergies.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
This audio summary reviews a matched cohort study investigating whether children, after receiving an ASD diagnosis, receive their remaining scheduled vaccines according to ACIP recommendations, and compares vaccination patterns of younger siblings of children with ASD to those of younger siblings of children without ASD.…
 
This audio summary reviews a cohort study of the association between Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development career development and training awards and subsequent research project grant funding.저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Alyssa Burgart, MD, MA, author of Ethical Challenges Confronted When Providing Nusinersen Treatment for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and Vinay Prasad, author of Nusinersen for Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Are We Paying Too Much for Too Little?저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Seema R. Lalani, MD, author of Use of Exome Sequencing for Infants in Intensive Care Units: Ascertainment of Severe Single-Gene Disorders and Effect on Medical Management저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Tellen D. Bennett, MD, MS, author of Functional Outcome After Intracranial Pressure Monitoring for Children With Severe Traumatic Brain Injury저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Scott Evan. Hadland, MD, MPH, MS, author of Trends in Receipt of Buprenorphine and Naltrexone for Opioid Use Disorder Among Adolescents and Young Adults, 2001-2014저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Christopher Bonafide, MD, MSCE, author of Video Analysis of Factors Associated With Response Time to Physiologic Monitor Alarms in a Children’s Hospital저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Julia Raifman, ScD, author of Difference-in-Differences Analysis of the Association Between State Same-Sex Marriage Policies and Adolescent Suicide Attempts, and Mark Louis Hatzenbuehler, Ph.D., author of The Influence of State Laws on the Mental Health of Sexual Minority Youth저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Joseph L. Dieleman, PhD, and Anthony Bui, MPH, authors of Spending on Children’s Personal Health Care in the United States, 1996-2013저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Julie R. Gaither, PhD, MPH, RN, author of National Trends in Hospitalizations for Opioid Poisonings Among Children and Adolescents, 1997 to 2012저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
Interview with Soren Gantt, MD, PhD, MPH, author of Cost-effectiveness of Universal and Targeted Newborn Screening for Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection저자 support@jamanetwork.com
 
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