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Digital Capabilities in Social Care – Survey Report

Morrison, Ciarán and Rooney, Laura (2017) Digital Capabilities in Social Care – Survey Report. [Report]

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Abstract

Survey research was conducted as part of a wider Skills for Care research programme on digital capabilities on the adult social care workforce in England. The research is intended to provide an evidence base about workforce digital capabilities and to inform the development of a strategy and support programme for 'Digital Working, Learning and Information Sharing' from Skills for Care.