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Resources You Might Find Helpful
We’ve collected together a wide range of resources, from presentations and conference notes to whitepapers and training materials, which we feel anyone in a palliative care social work role may find interesting. Due to differences in some of the legislation and governance structures in Scotland. Wales, Northern Ireland and England we will aim to include some resources that are specific to each of these individual countries. This may take us a little while to assemble so please bear with us in the short term.
If you feel you have other resources that you’d like to share then please feel free to send them into firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Impact of Poverty and Adversity on Refugees ; A Social Workers Without Borders Perspective (Workshop session – Annual Conference 2018)
Presentation from Luke Sebit-Berridge, SWWBLink to pdf presentation
Continuing Health Care Funding and End of Life Care (Keynote session – Annual Conference 2018)
Presentation from Luke Clements, Cerebra Professor of Law & Social Justice, The School of Law, University of LeedsLink to pdf presentation
‘The fear of saying the wrong thing’: An exploration of the social worker’s role in supporting bereaved children
Frances Sheldon 2017 winning dissertation by Jennifer Monteith, MSW student 2015-2017Link to pdf presentation
Working with Sex Offenders – Sharing Information (Annual Conference 2017)
Presentation from Wendy Ashton, Hospice Social Worker, Eden Valley Hospice & Jigsaw, Cumbria’s Children’s HospiceLink to pdf presentation
To help keep up to date with all the latest thinking we’ve also collated the following suggested reading list – simply click to download the pdf.