Professional Social Work

Professional Social Work (PSW) is the leading monthly magazine dedicated to the social work profession. Through its combination of news, analysis, feature articles, interviews, letters and opinion pieces, PSW helps keep social workers throughout the UK up to speed with developments and issues pertinent to their profession.

PSW - Latest Issue - March 2018

Latest Issue: March 2018

Distributed to BASW members and a variety of organisations and policymakers at the beginning of each month, PSW is popular with social workers, cited by 91% of members as a welcome benefit of membership.

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If you are a BASW Member, you can register to access member content found on this website which gives you access to the latest editions of PSW.

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Back Issues

PSW Back Issues

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PSW carries a limited amount of appropriate commercial advertising, details of which can be found in our media pack.

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How to submit an article to PSW

If you are interested in contributing an article to PSW, please take a look at this guidance document, offering basic advice on what to consider before submitting material, and who to contact.

Guidance for contributors