Lindsey is currently a Research and Development Officer at Research in Practice for Adults. She has worked in both children’s and adults services but now focusses on adults. Before working at RiPfA, Lindsey completed a degree in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, and then worked on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership that looked at how to maximise training transfer in multi-agency safeguarding adults training. She later completed a PhD on the same topic.
Lindsey Pike examines an Australian study on what helps and hinders evidence-based practice in social work and discusses messages for the UK situation.[read the full story...]
In this blog, Lindsey Pike examines research on multi-agency working in safeguarding children and draws out some of the practice implications of the findings.[read the full story...]
Lindsey Pike gives us a sneak preview of a forthcoming research paper on models of adult safeguarding in England and weighs up what the findings mean for the current policy and practice context.[read the full story...]
In her blog, Lindsey Pike of RiPfA examines a literature review on adult safeguarding in Britain and considers the implications for Care Act implementation.[read the full story...]