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CES Knowledge Exchange - News, tools, and resources

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.

 

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Professor Paul Cairney on the conundrum of evidence informed policy

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?

Six Ingredients for collaborative, compassionate, inclusive leadership in public services

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.

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X Factor for Evidence

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.

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Two recruitment opportunities in CES

We are looking for a Corporate Services Manager, with expertise in the areas of HR, governance and business development. This role will be based in our Dublin office.

There is also an opportunity for a part time Project Support role, based in our Belfast office.

For further information, visit our Careers page here.

CES Weekly Knowledge Exchange


In this weeks Knowledge Exchange, a toolkit to help you share your research findings, five steps to applying evidence in school, and six ways to involve citizens in innovation policy.

The CES Knowledge Exchange brings together some resources and information from the external environment which are relevant to our work with public services in the following areas: children and families, youth, health and mental health, education, youth justice, service implementation and public service reform.

The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation from CES or endorse the views expressed within them.

Want to sign up and receive the Knowledge Exchange every Friday afternoon? Email database@effectiveservices.org with 'Knowledge Exchange' in the subject line.

CES Weekly Knowledge Exchange - News, Tools, Resources, Policy and Events

In this week's Knowledge Exchange, a blog on how socio-economic circumstances in childhood can influence your midlife health, a resource on evaluating early intervention programmes, and much more.

The CES Knowledge Exchange brings together some resources and information from the external environment which are relevant to our work with public services in the following areas: children and families, youth, health and mental health, education, youth justice, service implementation and public service reform.

The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation from CES or endorse the views expressed within them.

Want to sign up and receive the Knowledge Exchange every Friday afternoon? Email database@effectiveservices.org with 'Knowledge Exchange' in the subject line.

New webinar series for teacher researchers

We recently launched a series of webinars for teachers who are interested in, or involved in research. The series is part of our collaboration with the Teaching Council. According to the Council, research by and for teachers is an important aspect of their professional development. The series aims to provide practical support and guidance for teachers who want to enhance their research skills.

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CES Knowledge Exchange - News, Tools, Resources, Policy and Events

In this week's Knowledge Exchange, a youth perspective on recovery-oriented practice, ten steps to make your research more relevant and many more articles and events.

 

The CES Knowledge Exchange brings together some resources and information from the external environment which are relevant to our work with public services. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation from CES or endorse the views expressed within them.

 

Want to receive it each week? Send an email to database@effectiveservices.org with 'Subscribe me to Knowledge Exchange' in the subject line.

CES Knowledge Exchange - News, Tools, Resources, Policy and Events

Knowledge Exchange

This week's Knowledge Exchange includes an app designed to assess the mood and stress levels of the Irish nation and a resource pack of key statistics in Northern Ireland.

The CES Knowledge Exchange brings together some resources and information from the external environment which are relevant to our work with public services. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation from CES or endorse the views expressed within them.

 

Want to receive it each week? Send an email to database@effectiveservices.org with 'Subscribe me to Knowledge Exchange' in the subject line.