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Emotional resilience and peer coaching of independent social workers: Research findings & recommendations
This BASW funded research led by Dr Louise Grant and Professor Gail Kinman of University of Bedfordshire explores the emotional resilience and wellbeing of independent social workers. Often working...
Resilience in Social Workers; Compassion, wellbeing and distress: the importance of caring for the self as well as for others
Presented a brief overview of why social work as a profession is stressful focussing particularly on the nature of the work and the emotional demands of providing compassionate empathic helping...
Continuing professional development pathway for Social Workers Working with Adults with Learning Disability
This Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Pathway for social workers working with adults with learning disability is an innovative and practice-focussed post-qualification training framework,...
BASW England & SWU response to Social Work England consultation on revised rules and standards
This response was completed in conjunction with the Social Workers’ Union (SWU) and representatives of their membership. SWU is the only UK trade union for, and run by, qualified and registered...
National AMHP Leads Network Conference 2019
Speaker content from the National AMHP Leads Network Conference which took place in London on 14th June 2019.
Capabilities Statement for Social Workers Working with Adults with Learning Disability
This Capabilities Statement for Social Workers Working with Adults with Learning Disability (the Capabilities Statement) has been commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) for...
Social Work Across the UK: Legal and Policy Differences from a Scottish Perspective
This brief guide outlines the principal legislation that affects the statutory delivery of social work services in Scotland, placing it in the context of policy and comparing it with the equivalent...
Social Work with No Recourse to Public Fund ‘NRPF’ Challenges and Dilemmas
The BASW Immigration, Asylum & Trafficking Special Interest Group ( IAT SIG ) gave a workshop presentation at the BASW UK conference and AGM 2019 on: Social Work with No Recourse to Public Fund ‘...
An Exploration of the BASW Disabled Adults Charter.
Presentation slides: An Exploration of the BASW Disabled Adults Charter, by the BASW England Service User and Carers Group: Graham Price, Mark Lynes, Reshma Patel. Supported by Becky Reynolds –...
Communities of Practice and Social Worker Wellbeing
Communities of Practice and Social Worker Wellbeing, Alistair Brown and Sarah McMillan. Presentation slides from the BASW UK Conference, Belfast, 21st June 2019.
BASW England response to draft guidance on reporting in the Family Courts
Official response to draft guidance on reporting in the Family Courts outlines concerns about child confidentiality.
SWU student essay competition winners
Syeda Amira Haque of University of Birmingham, Edward McKim of University of West of Scotland, Nadira Siddique of Leeds Beckett University and University of Worcester’s Jennie Simpson wrote winning...
Inquiry report: All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Work, Social Workers and a new Mental Health Act
The recommendations were shared on Wednesday 17th July 2019.
BASW England Practice Educator Professional Standards for social work (PEPS) 2020
Refreshed standards to promote the development of professional standards in social work education.
BASW Ipswich and Suffolk Branch letter to Cllr Gordon Jones regarding the closure of children’s centres in Suffolk
Pride in Practice Presentation Submission Form
The submission form for presentations for Pride in Practice.
BASW NI issues first day briefings to NI Executive Ministers
BASW NI's new Chair, Orlaith McGibbon, has written to the NI Executive Ministers for Health, Communities, Justice and Education outlining a series of issues of concern for the social work sector,...
Public mental health: Evidence, practice and commissioning
A new report summarising the latest evidence around public mental health has been published. It summarises the latest evidence for the: Impact of mental disorder – accounting for at least a quarter...