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A social work student placed in hospital setting


In my entire life, I am lucky that I’ve only been to the hospital just for a few times. From my culture, it’s never a good place to visit, we believe hospital is a place full of germs, infections and spirits. 527 more words

Social work in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services


In New Zealand, social workers are part of many Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) multi-disciplinary teams (MDTs) consist of psychologists, occupational therapists, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and nurses. 552 more words

Mental health problems and return to work -build capacity and occupational capital

My professional development lately has been around working with workers who have “psychological injuries” in the workers’ compensation system or who are off work on sick leave with mental health problems. 23 more words

Building bridges between teachers and researchers

By Matt Walker

Schools and teachers are increasingly expected to engage with research evidence to enhance teachers’ professional practice, pupil outcomes and school capacity for self-improvement. 673 more words

Evidence-based Practice

A new journey

It’s official: from September 2016 I will once again be a doctoral student. It has been a long process, and it has taken a lot of thinking and discussion with various people (you know who you are, thanks!), but I decided to apply for a place on the… 200 more words

Professional Development

Why do we care about the foundations of evidence-based medicine (“EBM”)?

by Samantha Copeland

CauseHealth has been pushing buttons all over the place, lately, as we pursue our goal of critiquing current frameworks in EBM by proposing some deep questions about its ontology*. 1,264 more words


The future of technical and professional education: joining up the dots

By Tami McCrone

The Learning and Skills Research Network (LSRN) workshop held last week on the future of technical and professional education was as current, relevant and thought-provoking as ever. 842 more words