ISSN 0261-5479 (Print); ISSN 1470-1227 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
The Meaningful Involvement of Service Users in Social Work Education: Examples from Belgium and The Netherlands
Driessens, Kristel; McLaughlin, Hugh; van Doorn, Lia
Debunking macro myths: findings from recent graduates about jobs, salaries, and skills
Zerden, Lisa de Saxe; Sheely, Amanda; Despard, Mathieu R.
Identity development among social workers, from training to practice: results from a three-year qualitative longitudinal study
Pullen Sansfaçon, Annie; Crête, Josianne
A consortium approach for child and family practice education
Frederico, Margarita; Long, Maureen; McPherson, Lynne; McNamara, Patricia; Cameron, Nadine
Social work students dealing with moral dilemmas in the care for children and young people: an evaluation of moral case deliberation as an educational tool
Spijkerboer, R. P.; Stel, J. C. van der; Widdershoven, G. A. M.; Molewijk, A. C.
The concept of reflection: is it skill based or values?
Social work students in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: correlates of post-disaster substance use as a negative coping mechanism
Prost, Stephanie Grace; Lemieux, Catherine M.; Ai, Amy L.
Horses and baseball: social work’s cultivation of one’s ‘third eye’
Yorke, Jan; Grant, Scott; Csiernik, Rick
Social change and social work – changing societal conditions of social work in time and place
Pehkonen, Aini; Vornanen, Riitta
Continuing professional development in social work
Cultural considerations in Latino American mental health
Social neuroscience: brain, mind, and society