The overall aims of the study were to identify gaps in current knowledge about the potential threats of E.coli 0157 to drinking water.
The aim of this study is to examine the process and outcomes of community-based throughcare.
It examines the initial responses of key criminal justice decision-makers and Scottish Office officials to early arrangements for policy implementation.
This study is part of the social research programme designed to evaluate policy implementation. It examines the process and outcomes of probation supervision.
This study is part of the social research programme designed to evaluate policy implementation. It examines the impact of the policy on sentencer decision-making.
These findings draw on the results of 6 studies which make up the first 2 phases of a social research programme designed to evaluate policy implementation.
It sets the national and local context within which the other studies in the programme examine progress towards policy objectives.
This research surveyed the views of practice teachers and their managers in order to provide a profile of current professional and management issues relating to practice placement provision.
This is the 1998 edition of the annual Social Work Research Bulletin which provides information about the research programme supported by the Social Work Services Group (SWSG).
A study to examine the economic, social and environmental issues of petrol stations in rural Scotland.
This research comprised an audit of Aberdeen's existing transport system, the specification of alternative transport strategies and surveys.
This study examined the impact of contract setting on the management of the provision of residential care for people with disabilities.
This report reviews the scale of the illegal persecution of raptors in certain areas of Scotland with a focus on Peregrines, Hen Harriers and Golden Eagles.
The study involved a detailed examination of the circumstances surrounding the accident as described in textual accident reports and information relating to distance from home and school.
This study examines the availability and range of domiciliary care provision.
The study focused on role & responsibilities of Mental Health Officers & their interpretation of practice in relation to the compulsory detention & care of people with severe mental health problems.
The research also aimed to examine teenagers' perceptions of road safety education, looking specifically at a new advertisement developed for SRSC by Faulds Advertising.
This work was commissioned by The Scottish Office in 1998 to provide advice on trends in town centre uses and their contribution to town centre vitality and viability.
The evaluation of the projects was based on interviews with relevant criminal justice staff and witnesses, a postal questionnaire, and analysis of the contacts recorded by Victim Support Scotland.
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