THE JOURNAL OF ADULT PROTECTION VOL.19 NO.5 2017
|Collection Location||Perpustakaan STAI Tasikmalaya Contact Detail|
|Call Number||330 LOR j|
|Subject(s)||jurnal internasional hukum
|Publisher||Emerald Group Publishing Limited|
|Collation||x,308 hlm; 29,7 cm|
|Abstract/Notes||Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to describe a small scale pilot study undertaken in Northem Ireland to gather service user feedback from individuals who have been subject to adult safeguarding procedures.
Design/methodology/approach - The aims, methods and findings of the "Adult Safeguarding: 10,000 Voices" pilot project are presented
Findings - The pilot project highlighted how an initiative which captures the experiences of patients, service users, carers and staff in the health and social care sector (10,000 Voices) could be successfully adapted for use in adult safeguarding, facilitating the collation of complex experiences and enabling insights to be gleaned and shared.
Research limitations/implications - The pilot study is limited by the small number of participants. The findings are preliminary
Practical implications - For the first time in Northem Ireland the 10,000 Voices model was utilised in the context of a non-health related service, namely, adult safeguarding.
Social implications - This outline of the model and methodology for obtaining service user feedback can inform user involvement in other context
Originality/value - This paper provides an accessible overview of an innovative approach to engaging service users in adult safeguarding, such approaches, to date have been limited
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