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
Interested in PhD study as a practitioner and/or Practice Educator? Claire Buchan from University of Edinburgh shares this invitation to learn more!
The next meeting of Talking Social Work, the Tayside and Fife Professional Forum for anyone with an interest in social work, will explore the impact of poverty on people who use social work services.
Learning Network West’s Interactive Conference is on Wednesday 26th June 2019 at the City Halls in Glasgow
Colleagues in England are having their annual conference on 25th June in Portsmouth. ScOPT’s Chair Fiona Stansfield is attending to talk about ScOPTbox
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.
Read our report of this event and the actions developed by members and friends on promoting wellbeing in Social Work Education and Practice Learning, in particular.
The ScOPT learning event and AGM, 26.02.19, hosted by and partnered with University of Dundee was a great success!
For all in Social Work- students and practitioners alike- it is critical that we are informed about the impact of poverty and understand our roles in combating this, in partnership with health and third sector partners. How is Scotland marking this week and how can we get involved?