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The Social Services Research Group                               …and why you should join                                 ...
What is SSRG?•    A non-profit making organisation,•    run by elected and co-opted members,•    provide a network of mutu...
What does SSRG do?• provides a network for social care researchers (wide  range of professions amongst members, including ...
Why should I think about                    joining?Each year your membership gives you:•    Discounted entrance to the an...
Why should I think about                    joining?     Because if you’re a social work student, you can get a     massiv...
Want to know more?     If you can provide me with your email address I can send     you more information about SSRG and an...
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SSRG - Student Members

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SSRG - Student Members

  1. 1. The Social Services Research Group …and why you should join Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults
  2. 2. What is SSRG?• A non-profit making organisation,• run by elected and co-opted members,• provide a network of mutual support & the exchange and promotion of ideas and information on social and health care services;• promote high standards in social and health care services research, information, planning and evaluation;• encourage collaboration in social and health care services activities;• Represents views of members to central and local government, other professional bodies and the public; Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults
  3. 3. What does SSRG do?• provides a network for social care researchers (wide range of professions amongst members, including both local authority and academic backgrounds)• Organises conferences and workshops on topical issues in social care in the UK• Produces a bi-monthly newsletter to all members• Publishes its own peer- review journal, Research Planning and Policy Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults
  4. 4. Why should I think about joining?Each year your membership gives you:• Discounted entrance to the annual spring workshop• Six editions of the newsletter,• Three copies of the SSRG Journal Research, Policy and Planning,• Access to other members – sharing ideas and networking• Access to the members only section of the SSRG website, including access to other members work and research findings, chat rooms, full versions of the newsletters,• The opportunity to comment on health and social care consultations through the SSRG response. Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults
  5. 5. Why should I think about joining? Because if you’re a social work student, you can get a massive discount on membership: •Full membership is normally £64.00 p.a. for personal membership • At the present time, if you are a student social worker, you can join SSRG for one year only for £10.00. •You get the usual benefits of membership, plus 2 for 1 rates at SSRG conferences and workshops (this only applies to students who have joined at the discounted rate) Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults
  6. 6. Want to know more? If you can provide me with your email address I can send you more information about SSRG and an application form. Or, contact Jackie Watson, SSRG’s membership secretary Jackie Watson, SSRG Co-ordinator Wolvercott, The Street, Swannington Norfolk NR9 5NW Tel/fax/answerphone 01603 261 951 email: jackie@wolvercott.co.uk Social Services Research GroupThe network for research, information, planning and performance across social care and health services for children and adults

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