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Social Work: Research


Much of our research starts from the premise that social work can make a difference in the lives of individuals and communities. Social workers must have intellectual curiosity and a willingness to explore how things might be better for people who rely on services. As social work academics, we see our role as not only producing research and pursuing scholarship, but also encouraging the use of research in practice.

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Breaking The Chains: Human Rights and Global Mental Health: 23rd November 2017

We are pleased to have Dr Erminia Colucci, University of Middlesex to screen her film titled: ‘Breaking the Chains: Human Rights Abuses of the Mentally

ScOPT Wokshop & University of Social Work Centenary Event: 29th November 2017

Practice Learning – Looking back – Moving forward: a workshop run by ScOPT in conjunction with the University of Edinburgh Social Work