The last A Day in The Life Practice Wisdom of 2020 is from Eilidh McDonald, a social worker with SWIIS fostering and adoption agency, who reflects on the impact of her professional and personal life merging into each other as we went into the first lockdown in 2020, describing it best with the powerful line: “I spent a lot of time having confidential conversations in my toilet”.
Whatever your faith, whatever your culture, whatever your circumstances… let’s all try to be more aware and understand more about each other. Nollaig Chridheil Huibh!
Good Social Work in the Time of Covid-19 No. 2. “The Promise”: How the Independent Care Review Might Radicalise Social Work Services for Scotland’s Most Vulnerable Children. Wednesday January 13th 2021 1.00pm to 2.00pm
Research Confidence: Supporting students to take on research Projects
Mindfulness and Social Work – the next in LNW’s Practice Wisdom series.
SSSC share a link to their video on the revised SiSWE.
SWEP have commissioned a report and a set of information and resources to support the resumption of placements.
Interested in PhD study as a practitioner and/or Practice Educator? Claire Buchan from University of Edinburgh shares this invitation to learn more!
After a summer break, Practice Wisdom is back with an article shared by IPE and resilience guru, Sarah Rose.
The next in LNW’s series of workshops – “Keep on Practice Teaching” – led by Gillian Ferguson, SSSC.