CareKnowledge supports essential professional workforce development in adults’ and children’s social care for over 20,000 social care staff, academics and students.
CareKnowledge gives you:
- Unlimited access to expert evidence-based information across the whole spectrum of social work practice; from child protection to dementia, mental health, learning disability and everything in between
- CPD-accredited special reports and briefings
- Opinion led articles on the latest social care developments
- Practice information to support you in doing your job efficiently and effectively.
Looking for an organisational subscription?
A multi-user subscription to CareKnowledge can be tailored to suit the specific needs of your organisation, university or college. Your subscription will be based on a 12-month contract and how many people you choose to give access to.
Users can access CareKnowledge on their desktop, tablet and mobile, making it easy to stay up-to-date on the latest social care developments, wherever they are.
An organisational subscription to CareKnowledge provides the highest quality briefings, opinion pieces, analysis, reports and legal information for the social care sector, providing a dynamic CPD resource that is rooted in best practice, to help your teams achieve evidence-based decision making.
For further information, please contact Debbie Tate at email@example.com or on 07826 870287.
CareKnowledge has provided a much needed response to ensuring that our front line social workers and practitioners in Families First have access to research, policy and current practice insights to support their direct work with Children, Young People and their families. Lee McPardy-McLaughlin Principal Social Worker Staffordshire County Council Families First
My thoughts on the resource were how easy and simple CareKnowledge was to navigate and locate relevant information on so many social care topics making my job not only easier but my practice more informed. Senior Practitioner, Social Work, First Response Service London
My use of CareKnowledge so far indicates that the service is cutting edge, contemporary and accessible. The Special Reports, briefings and front page articles are most useful for me as an academic in that they signpost the wider landscape, research and knowledge base that academics, researchers, practitioners, students and I would contest service users need to access. This gives me insight into core matters none more so than the Care Act 2014 implications which are huge for the SW profession. I look forward to increasing my usage of this service Course Leader BSc (Hons) Social Work School of Health Sciences & Social Work University of Portsmouth