The latest social work news, updates, and events including what’s happening in the world of children’s social work.
Stan Burridge is an ex-rough sleeper and an HSCWRU Peer-researcher. He is Director of Expert Focus, a user-led organisation that supports the involvement of people with lived experience in homelessness research and policy. Here, Stan talks to four ex-rough sleepers ? Continue reading ?
The more time that at-risk families spend cooped up together, the more situations might escalate and spill over into abuse. The post Lockdown increases risk of abuse but communities can help appeared first on Frontline.
Relationships are so crucial as a social worker, because you?re becoming involved with families and young people at a really vulnerable time for them. You want to support people to have the best outcomes during this tough time in their lives. The post The importance of building relationships as a social worker appeared first on Frontline.
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Caroline Green, who is NIHR ARC South London Post-Doctoral Fellow, reflects on the lives of prominent women figures in the health and social care context in South London. (838 words) International Women?s Day is an annual celebration of the achievements ? Continue reading ?
Richard Griffin MBE,Visiting Senior Research Fellow, King?s Business School, today begins a series of guest posts on the healthcare workforce. He argues that, in the face of the widely acknowledged problem of shortages in this workforce, we should turn to ? Continue reading ?
New publications focusing on brothers and sisters in public law proceedings, family and friends care, and parental engagement in child protection.
Frontline?s brand manager roles are a great way to gain experience and earn money while still at university. Some of our current brand managers discuss what they have most enjoyed about the role. The post As a brand manager, I can do meaningful work alongside my degree appeared first on Frontline.
Knife crime and serious youth violence is increasing and an ever-changing web of criminal exploitation, including county lines, is increasingly being recognised across the country. Jayne Sargeant highlights the importance of practitioners being able to look at motivating factors for working in this arena.
The graduate internship has allowed me to learn a lot very quickly and I now have the transferable skills needed for so many jobs. The post How the Frontline graduate internship could help kick-start your career appeared first on Frontline.