London, United Kingdom, March 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Serious Case Reviews - Tuesday 5th July 2011 in Central London
Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) are currently undergoing the greatest changes since their introduction. As the Munro Review considers their role in supporting high-quality child protection work and the publication of full SCRs becomes the standard practice, all agencies involved in safeguarding children and vulnerable adults need to ensure they are fully equipped to conduct effective reviews.
Capita’s 3rd National Serious Case Reviews Conference addresses how professionals working to protect the most vulnerable in society can evaluate and respond quickly to the impact of national strategic changes. The opportunity that SCRs present to gain a detailed understanding of how services work in practice will prove invaluable as funding reductions and government reforms cause major transformation in local authorities, health services and policing.
Their expert speakers, who have authored SCRs or been part of drawing valuable lessons from serious incidents involving children and vulnerable adults, will explore:
What changes in policy will mean for those commissioning, conducting and reacting to SCRs
How to gain useable lessons and ensure they are firmly embedded across partner agencies
The balance between effectively improving practice from SCR recommendations and guaranteeing accountability
Attend to ensure that as the organisational and funding landscape evolves, you and your partner agencies are able to undertake effective SCRs. Take this opportunity to gain applicable knowledge for meaningful service improvement and make sure you are doing everything possible to protect both children and vulnerable adults in your area.
Contact: Richard Goddard - email@example.com or 020 7960 7719