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Just Keep on Practice Teaching Workshops Spring 2020 

Click here to see forthcoming Free Interactive Workshops.

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Keep on Practice Teaching

Article by our very own Cath Shaw - Learning Network West which has been published in SWU October ebulletin.  See page 8 for article, click here to download.

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For the Record

How can social workers improve the quality of their case notes? The Social Care Institute for Excellence share some top tips from its new Partnership checklist for practitioners - October 2019 edition. Click here to read.

 

Spiritual Beliefs and mental health: a study of Muslim women in Glasgow

UWS-Oxfam Partnership: Collaborative Research Report - This research report explores the nature of Muslim belief in phenomena such as ‘jinn’ (spiritual beings), spirit possession and black magic, and investigates whether such beliefs can have harmful consequences for the mental health of Muslim women. Click here to read research.

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Children & Young People Exposed Prenatally to Alcohol Guidelines

Health Improvement Scotland advise that the first UK guidelines for diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) has been published by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). SIGN develops clinical guidelines for Scotland and is part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland.

The guidelines supports the Scottish Government’s national approach to improving outcomes and supporting the well-being of children and young people by offering the right help at the right time from the right people.

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Practice Teaching and Practice Learning in the West of Scotland

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