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ELEGANT MINIMALISM: A SET OF DESIGN PRINCPLES

BEING DIFFERENT, BEING PRACTICAL. NOT LOOKING DAUNTINGNot a book or training packNOT ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE' Different from Government materialPORTABLEFit an A5 diary, light in weightACCESSIBLEUsable by a wide range of peopleIncluding different educational levelsAIDE MEMOIRCould be pinned on a boardTRAINING SESSIONSCould be handed out for discussion.

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ELEGANT MINIMALISM: A SET OF DESIGN PRINCPLES

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    1. ELEGANT MINIMALISM: A SET OF DESIGN PRINCPLES DIFFERENT & PRACTICAL INTERLINKING PRACTICE, ROLE & EVIDENCE Professor Peter Marsh University of Sheffield October 2003 Inter-Centre Network for the Evaluation of Social Work Practice (Intsoceval) 6th Annual Workshop, 25th September 26th September 2003 University of Stirling, Scotland. Inter-Centre Network for the Evaluation of Social Work Practice (Intsoceval) 6th Annual Workshop, 25th September 26th September 2003 University of Stirling, Scotland.

    2. BEING DIFFERENT, BEING PRACTICAL NOT LOOKING DAUNTING Not a book or training pack NOT ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE Different from Government material PORTABLE Fit an A5 diary, light in weight ACCESSIBLE Usable by a wide range of people Including different educational levels AIDE MEMOIR Could be pinned on a board TRAINING SESSIONS Could be handed out for discussion

    3. INTERLINKING KNOWLEDGE, QUESTIONS, EVIDENCE, ACTION Visual way of showing links between these elements USE OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND THE KNOWLEDGE Showing how use surrounds the knowledge and how it can be specific to specific roles SELF EXPLANATORY STRUCTURE Minimum words needed to show the structure

    4. PRACTICE, ROLE, EVIDENCE PRACTICAL EXAMPLES Providing range of good practice from range of organisations, and linking with an action question SPECIALIST ROLES Trustees and Councillors, Chief Executives, Practitioners, Service Users and Carers PRACTISING WHAT YOU PREACH Providing a clear link to evidence throughout the product

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