Children in Scotland, in partnership with Queen Margaret University, are holding a conference which will focus on the latest research, creative approaches and current projects aimed at improving food experiences, and the health and wellbeing of children and their families.
This seminar, exploring findings of a recently completed study of the primary school transition experiences of children from BME, migrant and refugee backgrounds in Edinburgh, Scotland. It will be delivered by a partnership of colleagues from Edinburgh and Stirling Universities and the Multi-Cultural Family Base in Edinburgh – the latter providing student placements to a range of SW programmes in Scotland.
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.
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.
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.
The next meeting of the Tayside and Fife Professional Forum for anyone with an interest in social work will have a focus on Risk, Relationships and Professional Practice.
Three different perspectives will be presented following which there will be an opportunity to explore and discuss the issues raised.
IRISS online course on finding and using evidence launching early 2019. Relevant to social work students, practice educators and practitioners committed to informing their practice and using evidence to make sound choices and decisions.
Calling all practice educators and link supervisors don’t miss the next ‘Community of Practice Learning event’, University of Edinburgh, 16th October 2pm until 4.30pm. Pop-up lecture by Douglas Sharp, the title is “Supporting Students mental well-being” VENUE: Practice Learning Suite…
Dr Neil Thompson, writer, educator and advisor in Social Work, invites us to subscribe to his YouTube channel.
Supporting students’ mental well-being is the subject of a pop-up lecture by Douglas Sharp at the University of Edinburgh.