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Connecting People Study, Social work research
Approved Mental Health Professionals, Making Research Count, Social work research
Connecting People Study, Mental health social work, Social work research
Mental health social work, Parenting, Social work practice, Social work research

Practitioner perspectives on inter-agency joint protocols

Parental mental illness, substance misuse and domestic violence are common risk factors for the maltreatment and neglect of children. Safeguarding children is everyone’s responsibility, including professionals working primarily...
Social work education, Social work practice, Social work research

Towards a definition of social work

What do social workers actually do? I’m sure you have been asked that question many times, or you may have asked it of social workers...
Social work practice, Social work research
Social work practice, Social work research

Social workers and self-disclosure

One of the issues which frequently arose in the training we provided to practitioners in the Connecting People study was that of self-disclosure. We encouraged practitioners...
Social work research

Social media and social work research

The Social Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of York tomorrow launches a series of lunchtime seminars on Social Research in the Digital Age....
Social work research
Social work research

Why should researchers blog?

On 5th February I will be contributing to the Social Policy Research Unit seminar series on Social Research in the Digital Age at the University of...
Making Research Count, Social work research

Making Research Count: Research News

The new issue of Making Research Count Research News is out now. This three page bulletin presents digests about nine studies on-going or completed in...
Making Research Count, Social work research, York