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continuing practice-related learning of professional social workers, an exploratory study

Shirley A. Darrach-Pearse

continuing practice-related learning of professional social workers, an exploratory study

by Shirley A. Darrach-Pearse

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Continuing education.,
  • Social workers -- In-service training.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Shirley A. Darrach-Pearse.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 leaves :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18293090M

    Studies do show that nurses with more experience differ significantly from newer nurses in terms of vocational strain and coping (Santos & Cox, ).As noted by Bartz (): “Continuing professional education traditionally focuses either on the orientation of novices into a profession, or ongoing in-service education for experienced professionals.” (p. ).Cited by:   Currently, many social workers utilize clinical interviews, personal judgment, and assumptions to make decisions about alcohol-related problems, treatment needs, and placement. The danger in this is by: 3.

    The goal of this ethical social work practice continuing education course is to provide social workers with an overview of ethical professional practice across several areas, including values and ethical inquiry, standards of practice, self-awareness, and professional development. After studying the information presented here, you will be able to: Outline how personal and professional values. Continuing Professional Development should be ongoing, should involve the critical reviewing of practice and should identify learning requirements. Continuing Professional Development should be structured, planned and relevant to a social worker’s level of experience and Size: 1MB.

    Life story books. McKeown and colleagues ( p. ) defined life story work (LSW) as “a term given to biographical approaches in health and social care settings that gives people time to share their memories and talk about their life experiences”. LSB, also called life books, can consist of photographs, written accounts in people’s own words, materials relating to a person’s life Cited by: In the context of rapid change in social work practice related to policy, research findings, and theoretical developments, faculty are challenged to prepare students to engage in lifelong learning, a concept that has not been well-articulated in social work education. This article reports on an exploratory study of students,' social workers,' and field instructors' perspectives and experiences Cited by: 2.


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Continuing practice-related learning of professional social workers, an exploratory study by Shirley A. Darrach-Pearse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. Professional standards of care establish the accepted behavioral conduct of social workers in practice. However, virtually no empirical studies of professional standards exist, and the NASW Code of Ethics contains no historical or case references, interpretive guidelines, or formal or informal opinions.

In effect, practitioners and those who judge practitioner behavior are making Cited by: There has been a recent focus on how practitioners can engage with continuing professional learning and development.

This book is written to support and help busy social workers in front line practice, as well as those in leadership and management roles, to achieve the key aims of continuing professional development (CPD) in a post-qualifying social work by: 2.

Introduction to Competence-Based Social Work is an innovative book that integrates the knowledge of practice, policy, research, HBSE, and field work with the accommodating skills and practice behaviors necessary for students to become fully competent social workers by the time they graduate.

This book also provides a conceptual framework that Cited by: 2. Regarding social workers' expectations about lifelong learning, the exploratory study conducted by Brady () into the nature of child protection social workers' engagement and outlined a number Author: Eavan Brady.

This paper reports the findings of an exploratory study into the nature of child protection social workers' engagement in, and understanding of, continuing professional development (CPD) in Ireland.

Qualitative methods were used given the exploratory nature of the by: 8. exploratory study reported positive outcomes of continuing education on social workers’ understanding of an exploratory study book use of evidence-based practices (Parrish & Rubin, ).Other studies have examined the effects of continuing education on improving social workers’ knowledge and example, Smith and colleagues () showed that higherCited by: 2.

The Continuing Professional Education and Learning (CPEL) framework is a series of education and training programmes to support qualified social workers as they progress through their careers and take on new roles. SOCIAL WORKERS WHO LEFT THE PROFESSION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY James Herrick, Calvin Y.

Takagi, Robert Coleman, Linda Jewell Morgan University of Washington ABSTRACT Why professional social workers leave the field of social work for other types of employment has implications for social work practice and education. The study suggests that economic. The book outlines an innovative research enquiry which is used to explore the dilemmas and opportunities of practice-based professional learning and offers a ‘conducive’ alternative approach to assessment in social work.

This book will be important reading for students, practitioners and social care educators. Research is a crucial venue for social workers to develop, test, and refine professional knowledge and skills to enhance human well-being, alleviate poverty and oppression, and promote social.

Professional Social Workers' Views on Self-Neglect: An Exploratory Study Article in British Journal of Social Work 42(4) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Social work practice is rooted in developing relationships and this volume acts to celebrate how this professional skill, with its underpinning value-base, can We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to use our Author: Louise Hardwick.

This exploratory study linked academic and personal development within a group counseling intervention. A pre-test post-test research design compared social skills, learning behaviors, and Author: Sam Steen.

This book is an excellent course text for training new counsellors in basic and more advanced counselling micro-skills which come from a number of therapeutic approaches.

social workers. This book is Jackie Parker's first edited book and is volume 11 in the Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice series, which explores topics of current concern in social and. The Relationship of Social Work Education to the Readiness for Practice but learning is continuous.

In social work, the link between the lecture hall and the workplace is the key to developing Introduce from this year on a new Advanced Social Work Professional status, initially for children and family social workers, so the most highly.

Social Work Ethics Resources and Research. This article presents the results of an exploratory study of social workers’ views on physician-assisted suicide (PAS), situations in which PAS would be favored, and whether there is a difference in education or training on mental health issues, ethics, or suicide between social workers who favor.

Book Reviews Empowerment in Everyday Life: Learning Disability Accounting for Social Perspectives: An Exploratory Study of Approved Mental Health Professional Practice The Social Work Regulator and Professional Identity: A Narrative of Lord and Bondsman. Obituary. Social Work in the Time of the COVID Pandemic: All in This Together?.

Sarah Banks is Lecturer in Community and Youth Work at Durham University. Her book, Ethics and Values in Social Work was published by Macmillan in She is currently researching ethical issues in youth work and the changing nature of professionalism in local authoritiesCited by: Dr.

Spires’ dissertation was a comparative study of NGOs in Thailand that used education to address human trafficking, which was published as a book titled Preventing Human Trafficking. He continues to conduct field work and publish research on non-formal education in. ′Social Work is a good overview that should refresh learner and tutor alike.

Pratice assessors may find this book a useful update for their work with students and also a neat refresher. It is a well-written and up-to-date text, with a good sense of where future challenges lie for the social work profession in the UK.

Higham is confident Cited by: The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Standards of Continuing Education requires instructors to incorporate “mixed instructional methods.” Contemporary adult learning theory supports that adults learn in different ways and that learning is a cyclical knowledge-building process.

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