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THE IRISS JOURNEY WITH EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICE
Transcript of THE IRISS JOURNEY WITH EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICE
So..... we looked at audio visual techniques
bringing words and ideas to life in an
instantly engaging and memorable way
Record a voice over
THE IRISS JOURNEY
A logical development from the popular iriss podcast
Could we find a better balance between evidence and social service cultures?
Could we make evidence feel less like a chore ?
‘Active dissemination is important
but even good dissemination is not enough
if policy and practice change is the goal’
(Nutley S, 2003)
Oral, rather than knowledge based, culture
within social services
results in staff valuing
direct practical experience
to the exclusion of
other forms of learning
Part of a wider approach....
Dissemination is not enough
...so do it well
Communicating (complex) evidence, simply and without losing depth,
is something to aspire to
DIY - it need not be expensive
Social media as part of
But it's still too much!!
I don't have time to read even this.
...and is it worth reading?
Evidence based practice
Oral based social services culture
Write - and edit (!) - a tight script
SO... why not produce short, snappy summaries?
practitioners don't read lengthy reports
the sheer volume of research available can inhibit its use (Buckley H and Whelan S)
Think of alternative or supplementary ways of communicating
and the power of audio and visual
IRISS EiP Programme
Stimulated a huge amount of interest
Make it visually stimulating
Appendix - being creative with a Sony PSP...
Full video: http://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/mobile-learning-workplace
Liam's story - how we did it http://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/autism-telling-story-through-video