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.
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?
This 12th international conference on practice teaching and field education in health and social work focuses on innovation in learning in practice. Booking now open.
Children in Scotland are pleased to open their call fro contributions to this year’s annual conference, 7-8 November, Murrayfield Stadium , Edinburgh.
Join Dr Trish McCulloch from Dundee University as she discusses how social work is supporting people with convictions to engage with the justice system.
Find out what’s happening in the Year of Young People 2018!
Join Professor Viv Cree as she chats to some terrific guests – including Wendy Paterson, Linda Grierson, Marianne Hughes, Pat MacCowan and Fiona Stansfield – and asks the questions to which everyone wants to know the answers.
We’re at the Learning Network West conference and AGM in Glasgow today, talking about ScOPT and ScOPTbox.
Interested in sharing learning to support corporate parents, practitioners and decision makers to improve care leavers’ experiences? Don’t miss this conference, drawing on practice development and research in this field of practice.
This international conference on practice teaching and field education in health and social work focuses on innovation in learning in practice. The Call for Abstracts is now open!