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SINe Research Catalogue Dec 08

SINe Research Catalogue Dec 08

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Report Name
 
Addressing Women's Poverty in Somerset: Local Labour Market Initiatives(Gender and Employment in Local Labour Markets -GELLM)
 
Summary
 
Identifies how effective regeneration strategies and initiatives have been inaddressing economic disadvantage among women living in 3 wards in Bridgwater.It forms part of the national GELLM research programme and draws uponsecondary and primary research methods. The report explores the scale andexperience of women's economic disadvantage, and examines the barriers to paid
 
employment and the extent to which current initiatives have supported women inaccessing opportunities.
 
Author
 
Karen Escott, Christopher Price, Lisa Buckner (GELLM)
 
Author contact
Centre for Social Inclusion, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somerset.gov.uk/media/5E0/B5/GELLM_6.pdf
 
Publisher
 
Somerset County Council
 
Report Name
 
Annual Infection Control Report (1 April 2006 - 31 March 2007)
 
Summary
 
This Infection Control Annual Report provides information assimilated from thefour Somerset Primary Care Trusts prior to merger (up until 1 October 2006) andfor the Somerset Primary Care Trust from 1 October 2006 to 31 March 2007 inrespect of infection control. This includes information on Legionella and MRSA.
 
Author
 
Somerset Primary Care Trust
 
Author contact
Somerset Primary Care Trust, Wynford House, Lufton Way, Yeovil, BA22 8HR
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somersetpct.nhs.uk/publications/Enc%20H%20%20Infection%20Control%20Annual%20Report.pd
 
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Publisher
 
Somerset Primary Care Trust
 
Report Name
 
Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 2006-07
 
Summary
 
The report identifies the progress made over the last year to improve the healthof the people of Somerset.
 
Author
 
Somerset Primary Care Trust
 
Author contact
Somerset Primary Care Trust Freepost - RRKL-XKSC-ACSG, Somerset PrimaryCare Trust, Wynford House, Lufton Way, Yeovil BA22 8HR
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somersetpct.nhs.uk/about_us/annual_reports.asp
 
Publisher
 
Somerset Primary Care Trust
 
05 November 2008
 
Page 1 of 8
 
 
 
Report Name
 
Best Value General User Survey 2006/7
 
Summary
 
Report presents findings from 2006/7 BVPI General Survey on behalf ofSomerset County Council. The report draws conclusions on the views ofSomerset County Council and its image, residents views on a range of quality oflife issues in respect of living in Somerset, and satisfaction with service delivery.
 
The report concludes that there are many successes in BVPIs at the Countylevel with many satisfied with their local area as a place to live.
 
Author
 
Ipsos Mori for Somerset County Council
 
Author contact
Ipsos Mori
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somerset.gov.uk/media/1CC/5B/BV_User_Survey_Somerset_County_Council_Final_Version.pdf
 
Publisher
 
Ipsos Mori
 
Report Name
 
Consultation with the Hard to Reach (BME Individuals) in Somerset
 
Summary
 
The research aims to investigate whether or not council services in SomersetCounty Council are accessible to BME individuals and to assist in ensuring therequirements of the Race Relations Act 2000 are being complied with. Theresearch was carried out by questionnaire survey and covered the followingareas: living in Somerset, accessing services, making complaints about thecouncil and other services, communication and consultation and paid work,voluntary work and caring responsibilities.
 
Author
 
David Onamade
 
Author contact
Somerset Racial Equality Council, PO Box 2422, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1XH
 
Hyperlink
 
www.srec.org.uk/reports.asp
 
Publisher
 
Somerset Racial Equality Council
 
Report Name
 
Ethnic Minority Women and Access to the Labour Market in Somerset(Gender and Employment in Local Labour Markets -GELLM)
 
Summary
 
Report explores the situation of ethnic minority women in Somerset in relation totheir access to the labour market. It forms part of the national GELLM researchprogramme and draws upon secondary and primary research methods. KeyFindings suggest some disadvantage for ethnic minority women particularly inunemployment which can be attributed to a number of factors, including:migration history, language, skills, aspirations, cultural issues, discrimination and
Author
 
Bernadette Stiell and Ning Tang (GELLM)
 
Author contact
Centre for Social Inclusion, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somerset.gov.uk/media/589/4B/FSB_2006_Survey.pdf
 
Publisher
 
Somerset County Council
 
05 November 2008
 
Page 2 of 8
 
 
 
Report Name
 
Ethnicity in Somerset - Key figures and analysis from the 2001 Census(June 2004)
 
Summary
 
The report provides in-depth analysis of ethnicity data from the 2001 Census forSomerset and includes the following information on Somerset’s Black and Minority
 
Ethnic population: characteristics; changes between 1991 and 2001; location byward; and detailed information on individual ethnic groups
 
Author
 
Somerset County Council
 
Author contact
Research and Information Unit, Chief Executive's Office, Somerset CountyCouncil, County Hall, Taunton TA1 4DY
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somerset.gov.uk/media/F77/1E/Ethnicity_in_Somerset_June_2004.pdf
 
Publisher
 
Somerset County Council
 
Report Name
 
Ethnicity in Somerset - Update (August 2006)
 
Summary
 
The report provides an update to 'Ethnicity in Somerset - Key figures andanalysis from the 2001 Census (June 2004)', using experimental mid-yearestimates of the ethnicity of the population in local authority areas published bythe ONS. The report therefore provides an update on the ethnic make-up ofSomerset and its component districts, compared to the picture in the South West,
 
and identifies changes since the 2001 Census.
 
Author
 
Carrie-Anne Hiscock
 
Author contact
Research and Information Unit, Chief Executive's Office, Somerset CountyCouncil, County Hall, Taunton TA1 4DY
 
Hyperlink
 
www.somerset.gov.uk/media/A2D/6A/Ethnicity_Profile_Update_v21.pdf
 
Publisher
 
Somerset County Council
 
Report Name
 
Evaluation of Somerset's Partnership of Older People Project (POPP):Interim Report (PSSRU Research Summary 46)
 
Summary
 
The Somerset POPP main aim is the development of Active Living Centres (ALC)
 
to improve the health and well-being of Somerset's population aged 50 and over.This interim report summarises the initial findings of primary research carried outon ALC leaders, volunteers and users to provide an evaluation of the POPPproject so far. The report concludes the opportunity for social participation andnutritional advice were viewed as key positive impacts.
 
Author
 
Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU)
 
Author contact
Cornwallis Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF
 
Hyperlink
 
Publisher
 
Personal Social Services Research Unit
 
05 November 2008
 
Page 3 of 8
 

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