It is important to properly reference your work. Cite Them Right will help you reference just about any source, using the Harvard referencing style.
Gemma Wilkinson and Faith Dillon-Lee are the Academic Writing and Language Lecturers for the School of Health and Education.
Based in the Learning Enhancement Team (LET) in the Sheppard Library, they can help you excel in your academic communication, whether this is in written assignments or oral presentations, as well as using information effectively and ethically in your work.
You can also book 1-2-1 tutorials with them or sign up for LET workshops (links below).
A really useful website for current awareness is The Social Care Elf. This website will help you find just what you need to keep up-to-date with all of the important and reliable mental health research and guidance:
You can also sign up for the weekly newsletter or download the smart phone app.
The NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care (NCCSC) will use NICE’s methods and processes to develop social care guidance for NICE. NICE will use the guidance as a basis for its quality standards for social care.
NICE quality standards are a concise set of statements designed to drive and measure improvements in the quality of care. They are not mandatory; they are intended for use in conjunction with the frameworks and regulation already in place, providing practical support to help drive up the quality of adult and children's care.