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Lyn Romeo
Chief Social Worker for Adults (England) at Department of Health and Social Care
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Martin Knapp 23h
Yep, looking forward to it! We’ll soon have full details of our call for research proposals and next steps in our capacity-building programme with NIHR Academy
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RiPfA 22h
To support we’ve released open access webinar recordings on working effectively with people with dementia and their families: 1/2
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Think Ahead 16h
“My belief is that social work has the power to transform people’s lives” - Sir David Behan, the Chair of Health Education England, and a former social worker himself, has welcomed our new intake of participants to the Think Ahead programme:
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Social Work Academic in Scotland 10h
That it’s ok to look away and pause and regroup. That change and progress are never linear things. That some days will feel long and painful and other days energising and beautiful. Find spaces for reflection, support and humour. Stay hydrated and keep snacks &supplies in car
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Somerset Council 10h
An excellent debate on the back of preview screening of films. Sir Andrew Dilnot: “We should all be insisting on this being recognised as the defining issue that it is”
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Somerset Council 14h
Thanks There’s a preview screening at BBC Broadcasting House starting in an hour. Great to see it’s already got people talking
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APCSW May 19
Reflecting on a week of on death. Go Social Work! We have a vital role in raising awareness and promoting justice amongst our communities.Advance Care Planning for community groups,Communication Training for medics and teachers. Brilliant week!
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Lyn Romeo May 18
do we have examples in social care ?
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Isabelle Trowler May 17
Next week we start our practice review looking at how well young people with autism are supported. I will be working with & a great group of experienced senior SWs across England. Camden 1st on our map
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NDTi May 15
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Dr Lisa Trigg May 14
Delighted that a copy of my research summary 'Improving the quality of residential care for older people: a study of Government approaches in England and Australia' is now available at:
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NIHR Research May 16
Research is helping break down barriers to increase the understanding of autism in Somali communities. Read this blog to see how turned her experiences into a NIHR-funded research project
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Lyn Romeo May 15
My latest guest blogger !
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Mark Osterloh May 15
You never stop learning as a social worker - but a good start helps. is delighted to host a guest blog from 's consultant social worker Nicola Shawyer. Nicola's induction packs empower, inspire and educate
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CatherineGreenlaw May 15
Great to be part of the first occupational therapy cohort at the PSW/POT Professional Leadership Development Programme.
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Dr Kevin Stone May 15
Calling all social workers - join us on 3rd July for a Bristol and District event looking at the Practice Educator Practice Standards (PEPS). Held booking essential - led by and chaired by &
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Godfred Boahen May 15
Great discussion this pm with colleagues HS&DR Seminar on social care. Lots of ideas about evidence use by SWkers and increasing inter-disciplinary dialogue. Welcome leadership on this from on setting research priorities!
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InspiringSocialWork May 14
Great to see Sarah, one of our 1st year Masters students from getting involved in awareness week through her placement.
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Andrew Reece May 13
Great work from to these important standards for with people with by working with social workers and people with learning disabilities to ensure they are relevant to everyday practice
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Mark Osterloh May 14
Sing when you're winning. delighted to host 's blog on holistic & community based care for those with life limiting conditions. Inspiration for all seeking closer ties between charity, voluntary & statutory services
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