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International comparisons in social work

International comparisons in social work
International comparisons in social work
1. Introduction: The Changing Context of Professional Practice, Rachel Pierce, Independent Social Work Education Consultant and Jenny Weinstein, CCETSW. 2. International Comparisons in Social Work, Lena Dominelli, Social Work Department, Southampton University.
3. Mind the Gap: Social Work Education and Higher Education, Cherry Rowlings, Department of Applied Social Studies, University of Stirling. 4. The Importance of Research in the Education of Care Professionals, Juliet Cheetham, Stirling University. 5. Partnership in the Provision of Education and Training, Elizabeth Kemp, Chichester Institute of Higher Education with West Sussex DipSW Partners.
6. User Involvement in Education and Training, Miriam Hastings, Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London. 7, Quality Assurance in Education and Training, Julie Wilkes, CCETSW, London and South East Region. 8. Teaching and Learning Anti-racist and Anti-discriminatory Practice, Cathy Aymer, Department of Social Work, Brunel University.
9. 'The best workers and the best human beings' Selection and Retention of Social Work Students, Jeremy Weinstein, School of Health and Community Studies, South Bank University. 10. Practice Teaching and Learning, Mark Doel, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Central London.
11. Making Connections in the Curriculum: Law and Professional Competence, Michael Preston-Shoot, School of Social Work and Social Policy, John Moores University of Liverpool. 12. The Assessment of Professional Competence, Judith Croton, CCETSW.
13. Interprofessional Education, Helena Lowe, English Board for Nursing, Health Visiting and Widwifery, and Jenny Weinstein. 14. Lifelong Learning for Care Professionals, Norma Baldwin and Elaine Ennis, Centre for Child Care and Protection Studies, Department of Social Work, University of Dundee.
1853026131
24-41
Jessica Kingsley
Dominelli, Lena
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Pierce, Rachel
Weinstein, Jenny
Dominelli, Lena
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Pierce, Rachel
Weinstein, Jenny

Dominelli, Lena (2000) International comparisons in social work. In, Pierce, Rachel and Weinstein, Jenny (eds.) Innovative Education and Training for Care Professionals. A providers’ guide. London, UK. Jessica Kingsley, pp. 24-41.

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1. Introduction: The Changing Context of Professional Practice, Rachel Pierce, Independent Social Work Education Consultant and Jenny Weinstein, CCETSW. 2. International Comparisons in Social Work, Lena Dominelli, Social Work Department, Southampton University.
3. Mind the Gap: Social Work Education and Higher Education, Cherry Rowlings, Department of Applied Social Studies, University of Stirling. 4. The Importance of Research in the Education of Care Professionals, Juliet Cheetham, Stirling University. 5. Partnership in the Provision of Education and Training, Elizabeth Kemp, Chichester Institute of Higher Education with West Sussex DipSW Partners.
6. User Involvement in Education and Training, Miriam Hastings, Centre for Extra-Mural Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London. 7, Quality Assurance in Education and Training, Julie Wilkes, CCETSW, London and South East Region. 8. Teaching and Learning Anti-racist and Anti-discriminatory Practice, Cathy Aymer, Department of Social Work, Brunel University.
9. 'The best workers and the best human beings' Selection and Retention of Social Work Students, Jeremy Weinstein, School of Health and Community Studies, South Bank University. 10. Practice Teaching and Learning, Mark Doel, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Central London.
11. Making Connections in the Curriculum: Law and Professional Competence, Michael Preston-Shoot, School of Social Work and Social Policy, John Moores University of Liverpool. 12. The Assessment of Professional Competence, Judith Croton, CCETSW.
13. Interprofessional Education, Helena Lowe, English Board for Nursing, Health Visiting and Widwifery, and Jenny Weinstein. 14. Lifelong Learning for Care Professionals, Norma Baldwin and Elaine Ennis, Centre for Child Care and Protection Studies, Department of Social Work, University of Dundee.

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Published date: 2000

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/33600
ISBN: 1853026131
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Date deposited: 26 Jul 2006
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