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Key Capabilities within Interdisciplinary Settings

Valentine Scarlett, teaching fellow at University of Dundee explores innovative ways to support social work students meet Key Capabilities in Child Care and Protection. She describes her work with a range of pre qualifying students across disciplines to enhance their learning in child care and protection. By encouraging students to work collaboratively in this arena, she explains how joint approaches can be explored, assumptions questioned and potential future working relationships identified.

Health Inequality and Canada's Aboriginal People: Foetal Alcohol Syndrome and the Criminal Justice System

This podcast is part of the Social Work and Health Inequalities Research Seminar Series and presents Denis Braken talking about health inequality and Canada's Aboriginal people, foetal alcohol syndrome and the criminal justice system.

The role of the e-Library and Shared Space to support your community

This is a podcast of a workshop which will demonstrate the NHS Scotland e-Library, how to access it and how to register for a password; the Shared space tool which provides a virtual workspace to support the sharing knowledge and learning and how to use the online discussions. Discussion of the role of communities of practice in supporting e-learning and how the tools could assist the development of these communities is also included.

Circles of Support and Accountability for Released Sex Offenders in Canada: an Evaluation

Recording of a Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar, 19 June 2008. Dr Robin Wilson, Clinical Director, Florida Civil Commitment Centre talking about rehabilitation of sex offenders.

Getting the balance right : achieving results with children and families

This podcast presents Maggie Mellon, Director of Children and Family Services with Children 1st, talking about working with children and families.

Economic, social and cultural contexts of parenting: achieving integrated responses to children's needs

This podcast is part of the Social Work and Health Inequalities Research Seminar Series. In this podcast Norma Baldwin talks about the economic, social and cultural contexts of parenting.

Parenting

Christine Puckering is Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow. She is qualified in clinical, forensic and neuropsychology and developed the Mellow Parenting Programme. She chaired the recent HeadsUpScotland Infant Mental Health Review and has provided infant mental health consultancy across the world.

Prove Me the Bam! Victimisation and Agency in the Lives of Young Women Who Commit Violent Offences

This podcast is part of the Glasgow School of Social Work Research Seminar Series. In this podcast Susan Batchelor talks about victimisation in the lives of young women who commit violent offences.

An Attitude Problem? Mental Health, Inequality and the 'science of happiness'

This podcast is part of the Social Work and Health Inequalities Research Seminar Series and presents Iain Ferguson talking about mental health, inequality and happiness.

Neglect, risk and resilience

This podcast presents Professor Brigid Daniel speaking about neglect, risk and resilience.