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Organisation: Skills for Care and Sara Dunn Associates 
Person: Liz Burtney (Skills for Care); Sara Dunn/A. Braddell,/J Sunderland (Sara Dunn associates) 
Subject: Digital Capabilities of the Social Care Workforce in England 
 
Organisation: London School of Economics 
Person: Dr José-Luis Fernández / Tom Snell 
Subject: A vignette-based study of the impact of new adult social care eligibility regulations 
 
Organisation: Skills for Care 
Person: Brett Nelson 
Subject: Annual survey of local authorities to determine what proportion of direct payment recipients employ their own care & support staff 
 
Organisation: King’s College London, Social Care Workforce Research Unit (SCWRU) 
Person: Jill Manthorpe/Martin Stevens/Shereen Hussein/Jo Moriarty/Caroline Norrie /Katherine Graham 
Subject: Models of Safeguarding: A study exploring and comparing models of adult safeguarding, Stage two and Stage three. 

Organisation:
Independent Age
Person: Sue Arthur; Andy Kaye; James Holloway
Subject: Care home top-up fees

Organisation: Skills for Care in partnership with Learn to Care
Person: Georgina Turner (Programme Head – Employer Engagement, Skills for Care), John Wallace (Treasurer, Learn to Care), Davina Figgett (Project Manager – Research, Skills for Care), Oliver French (Project Manager – Employer Engagement, Skills for Care), Roksana Cabanska (Project Officer, Skills for Care), Catherine Cadogan (Administrator, Learn to Care)
Subject: Research to establish an up-to-date picture of the support provided by Local Authorities to individual employers (people who employ personal assistants) and their personal assistants

Organisation: SENSE
Person: Yemi Tadesse, Dr Anna McGee (Head of Research at Sense), Kara Jarrold, ( Research Officer)
Subject: Communicator Guide Project.

Organisation: Skyblue Research with Skills for Care
Person: Paul Rhodes, Director of Research, Anthony Gray, Labour Market Consultant, Chris Charlton, Research Manager, Laura Wright, Telephone interviewer
Subject: Pilot research into local authority participation in social care Apprenticeships.

Organisation: Qa Research with Skills for Care
Person: Vicky Peace: Research Executive , Julie Wrigley: Research Manager, Kay Silversides: Research Manager, Paddy Norris: Contact Centre Manager ,Leonie Woodhall-James and Birgitta Barns.
Subject: Telephone survey into the costs of induction for social care support workers

Organisation: London School of Economics and Political Science, Personal Services Research Unit,
Person: Dr José-Luis Fernández (Principal Research Fellow), Mr Tom Snell (Research Officer), Ms Joanna Marczak (Research Assistant)
Subject: Assessment-based study of the impact of new social care regulations

Organisation: Skills for Care in partnership with Learn to Care
Person: Georgina Turner (Programme Head – Employer Engagement, Skills for Care), John Wallace (Treasurer, Learn to Care), Davina Figgett (Project Manager – Research, Skills for Care), Oliver French (Project Manager – Employer Engagement, Skills for Care), Roksana Cabanska (Project Officer, Skills for Care), Catherine Cadogan (Administrator, Learn to Care)
Subject: Research to establish an up-to-date picture of the support provided by Local Authorities to individual employers (people who employ personal assistants) and their personal assistants

Organisation: Skyblue Research with Skills for Care
Person: Paul Rhodes, Director of Research, Anthony Gray, Labour Market Consultant, Chris Charlton, Research Manager, Laura Wright, Telephone interviewer
Subject: Pilot research into local authority participation in social care Apprenticeships.

Organisation: Qa Research with Skills for Care
Person: Vicky Peace: Research Executive , Julie Wrigley: Research Manager, Kay Silversides: Research Manager, Paddy Norris: Contact Centre Manager ,Leonie Woodhall-James and Birgitta Barns.
Subject: Telephone survey into the costs of induction for social care support workers

Organisation: London School of Economics and Political Science, Personal Services Research Unit,
Person: Dr José-Luis Fernández (Principal Research Fellow), Mr Tom Snell (Research Officer), Ms Joanna Marczak (Research Assistant)
Subject: Assessment-based study of the impact of new social care regulations

Organisation: Local Government Association and ADASS
Person: Rebekah Wilson, David Pye, Michelle Pickford, Helen Kay, Tim Hind, Marian Harrington
Subject: Mental Health Crisis Concordat research project

Organisation: Ekosgen

Person: Tim Allan, Sarah Thompson, Laura Filsak

Subject: Homelessness and the Adult Social Care Sector: Scoping Study

 

Organisation: ICF International
Person: Holly Krelle (Project Manager), James Kearney (Economic analyst), Dr Séin Ó Muineacháin (Project researcher), Hannah Wilson (Project researcher)
Subject: Evaluation of the Workforce Development Innovation Fund

Organisation: Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU) at the University of Manchester
Person: Professor David Challis, Jane Hughes, Paul Clarkson
Subject: Effective Home Support in Dementia Care: National Survey of Current Provision

Organisation: Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
Person: Dr Philippa Simkiss, John Slade (main contact point for SSDs), Sally McManus
Subject: Circumstances of registered blind and partially sighted people

Organisation: Skills for Care for Department of Health
Person: Liz Burtney, Paul Buchanan, Danni Teahan
Subject: The impact of longer working hours on the quality of care

Organisation: Consilium Research and Consultancy Ltd/ Skills for Care
Person: Jamie Buttrick: Project Manager and lead contact for social services departments, Keith Brumfitt, Moyra Riseborough, Victoria Pagan.
Subject: Process and outcome evaluation of the Care Act learning and development programme

Organisation: Social Policy Research Unit, University of York /Pilkington associates
Person: Dr Parvaneh Rabiee, Dr Fiona Aspinal, Professor Gillian Parker, Professor Bryony Beresford, Dr Rachel Mann, Helen Weatherly, Rita Faria, Dr Mona Kanaan, Dr Alison Jane Laver Fawcett, Gerald Pilkington, Dawn Rowley (main contact point for SSDs).
Subject: Models of Reablement Evaluation: a mixed methods evaluation of a complex intervention (The MoRE project) Stage One and Two only

Organisation: Skills for Care /eskogen
Person: Tim Allen, Laura Filsak, Charlotte Ellis (eskogen)
Subject: Product, process and outcome evaluation of Skills for Care’s Workforce Capacity Planning programme

Organisation: Skills for Care
Person: Davina Figgett, Diane Buddery, Claire Dunn main contact point for SSDs).
Subject: Review of Skills for Care’s current Carers products