Health Improvement Scotland advise that the first UK guidelines for diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) has been published by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). SIGN develops clinical guidelines for Scotland and is part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland. The guidelines supports the Scottish…
Supporters of the concept of a basic income for all citizens believe it would provide a safety net and reduce poverty; minimise social security bureaucracy; and allow people greater freedom to choose to work, learn, train, volunteer, care, or start a business.
Do you know people who are understanding, respectful, compassionate, kind, appropriately challenging, inspirational, prepared to stand up for people, calm, non-judgemental? What makes this person/ this team stand out? Nominate them for the Social Work Awards 2018.
What is K2A?
Knowledge into Action is the term used to encompass the combined processes of identifying, retrieving, evaluating, sharing and applying knowledge in a practical context.
Children in Scotland offer a daily e-publication , providing news of relevant headlines, events and policy development in the sector. A useful resource for students and Practice Educators.
SSSKS kicks off 2019 with new developments in access to their online library; e-learning sessions to support your access to this and On the Road workshops you can book for your community of practice.
Whatever your faith, whatever your culture, whatever your circumstances… let’s all try to be more aware and understand more about each other.
CELCIS work on going beyond the headlines to understand the experience of going to university from care.
SIRCC invite all with an interest in residential child care – practitioners and young people – to apply to be part of the programme for the 20th anniversary of this annual conference.
IRISS have published a new Insight on restorative justice, written by Steve Kirkwood, University of Edinburgh. Another useful learning resource for Practice Educators, students and practitioners.