Reflective Practice: Research in Social Care – Benefits & Barriers eLearning course

This Reflective Practice: Research in Social Care short course, is the fourth and final one in a series of courses. Moreover, Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is a process of lifelong learning. Furthermore, it enables care professionals to expand and fulfil their own potential. Also in social care, it is central to the delivery of quality care. In addition to this, Reflective Practice is a way of reviewing and analysing your own experiences. Thereby helping to make sense of and improve the way you work.

This Reflective Practice: Research in Social Care short course covers the use of research in practice, and also its benefits and barriers to implementation. This short course delves into the practical application of research within social care, exploring how integrating evidence-based practices can lead to more effective and efficient service delivery.

Participants will learn about the significant advantages of incorporating research into their daily practices, including enhanced decision-making processes, improved outcomes for service users, and fostering a proactive learning culture within their organisations. The course also addresses the common barriers that professionals may encounter when implementing research findings into practice.

  • Facilitating the use of research in practice and its benefits
  • Potential barriers to implementation of research into practice
This course has been designed specifically for people who would like to better understand what research is . As well as the different types best suited for social care. Furthermore it discusses the role research plays in improving practice, and also barriers of implementing research into practice.
This course will take 2-2.5 hours to complete.

You can access this Health and Social Care online leadership course as part of the Care Leadership Package, which includes 20+ courses and certificates, on the Click eLearning platform. The course costs £90, and gives access unlimited learning in one simple annual subscription.

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Reflective Practice: Research in Social Care – Benefits & Barriers eLearning course - Grey Matter Learning

Aims of the Reflective Practice: Research in Social Care – Benefits & Barriers course

  • Understand the significance of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in social care, and its role in enhancing the delivery of quality care.
  • Explore Reflective Practice as a method for reviewing and analysing personal experiences to improve professional performance.
  • Learn how to effectively incorporate research into social care practice, including identifying beneficial types of research.
  • Evaluate the barriers to implementing research findings into practice and develop strategies to overcome them.
  • Enhance skills in utilising research to inform and improve one’s own practice in the social care sector.

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