What Works Scotland
Dovecot Studios, Infirmary Street, Edinburgh
Do you work in a partnership which delivers public services?
Would you like to know more about how to improve partnership working?
Partnership working is prevalent in Scotland’s public services and central to the public services reform agenda. Yet creating and sustaining effective partnerships across sectors is challenging.
This event will examine the evidence on partnership working, and enable those in working in partnerships to better understand the features of effective partnerships, the factors which influence them, and how to improve partnership working.
- Hear findings from the new evidence review from What Works Scotland: 'Partnership working across UK public services'
- Reflect on and explore implications of the findings for partnership working with professionals from a range of sectors, including Scottish Government
- Examine how the evidence relates to your own setting and experiences of partnership working
- Identify opportunities to improve partnership working in your context, using tools created by What Works Scotland
The event will launch ‘Partnership working in UK public services’, an accessible, action-oriented evidence review produced by What Works Scotland’s Evidence Bank.
Who should attend? Senior managers, decision-makers, and practitioners working in multi-agency partnerships to deliver public services, including in Community Planning Partnerships, health and social care, local authorities, and the third sector; civil servants and other stakeholders interested in what supports effective partnership working.
This seminar is funded by WWS – places are free but please ensure you attend or give adequate notice of non-attendance to avoid wasting valuable resources.
Please note that this seminar will be recorded to produce an event report, and presentation elements of the event will be filmed.
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