IRISS has recently published a short paper on the topic of recording in social work practice. Read this if you have an interest in how care experienced adults access and understand records written about them.
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…
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.
CELCIS work on going beyond the headlines to understand the experience of going to university from care.
IRISS have signposted us to new resources to support practitioners, Practice Educators and students working with children and adults in families.
As registered social workers and Practice Educators, having a sound evidence base for our own practice and ability to support students to develop theirs is critical. This is a fantastic resource and includes individual support to anyone trying to identify research in their chosen field.
Service user and carer involvement in social work education is mandatory in Scotland. There is a lot of learning to share with educators and practitioners working across health, social care and public services generally. It is also relevant to policy-makers committed to mainstreaming person-centred or person-led approaches and true partnership working.
Social Services Knowledge Scotland (SSKS) produce a monthly newsletter, Spotlight. Over the next few issues Spotlight will explain features of the SSKS Library Search, from running a simple search to managing your results. This month will focus on searching. For…
25% discount for ScOPT members on The Social Worker’s Practice Manual as well as a range of e-courses and a year’s membership of the online learning community.
Practice learning is taking place in a time of significant change in Health & Social Services, where partnership working has never been more important. Practitioners, Practice Educators and students will find this new tool helpful in developing skills and knowledge in working in partnerships.