News that Met officers to stop attending mental health incidents branded ‘alarming’
Alarm has been expressed at the prospect of Metropolitan Police officers not attending emergency calls if they are linked to...Read more
Outsourcing child care placements to private providers ‘sees worse outcomes’, study suggests
Outsourcing children’s care placements to private providers is associated with worse outcomes for young people, a study has suggested. Local...Read more
Alzheimer’s drug lowers levels of protein known to cause disease, suggests study
A new genetic therapy for Alzheimer’s disease is safe and successfully lowered levels of the harmful tau protein known to...Read more
Engage: Child sexual abuse – what the data tells us about perpetrators and victims
The government has announced plans to make it a crime not to report child abuse. As part of this, the...
Engage: Emotional and physical impact of war ‘huge’ – social worker in Ukraine
A social worker in Ukraine has said it is difficult to imagine just how many problems people will have in...
‘Incredibly rewarding’ to improve lives, say speech and language therapists
Speech and language therapy (SLT) is an “incredibly rewarding” job despite current challenges around staffing and waiting lists, two senior...
Why it’s a good career move to join a women’s business network – new research
Women-only professional networks have become a familiar feature of the corporate world. Set up to organise and channel female voices...