Two years ago, Amy Magill overcame several obstacles to graduate with a First Class degree in Child Health and Wellbeing; today, she can now add a Masters to her list of academic achievements.
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After a talk at school about the refugee crisis, Edge Hill University student Daniel Chapman felt compelled to help those affected and promote a more positive image of asylum seekers.
Richard Krueger graduated with a First Class Honours from the new Integrated Nursing and Social Work programme.
Supporting and improving social work practice in adult care is a key priority in 2014 for Lyn Romeo, England’s first chief social worker for adults, who was recently at Edge Hill University to share her ideas.
Community Care magazine talk to Edge Hill University researcher Dr Jadwiga Leigh, who has devised some steps to alleviate the blame culture in UK social work, based on a study in Belgium.
The UK could learn a lot from the child protection system in Belgium, where all children are assigned a support worker from birth, says Edge Hill University researcher Dr Jadwiga Leigh
A researcher at Edge Hill University has devised simple steps to alleviate the ‘blame culture’ that exists within the social work profession.
A woman with a promising career in social work has been honoured with the Chancellor’s Scholarship at Edge Hill University.
Leading thinkers in the social work sector will debate the many challenges facing the profession in a series of free public lectures at Edge Hill University.