Social Work, Technologies, Covid 19

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Abstract

Captures the unique moment in time created by the Covid 19 pandemic and uses this as a lens to explore contemporary issues for social work education and practice.

The 2020 pandemic provided an unprecedented moment of global crisis, which placed health and social care at the forefront of the national agenda. The lockdown, social distancing measures and rapid move to online working created multiple challenges and safeguarding concerns for social work education and practice, whilst the unparalleled death rate exacerbated pre-existing problems with communicating openly about death and bereavement. Many of these issues were already at the surface of social work practice and education and this book examines how the health crisis has exposed these, whilst acting as a potential catalyst for change.

This book acts as a testament to the historical moment whilst providing a forum for drawing together discussion from contemporary educators, practitioners and users of social work services.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Work and Covid-19: Lessons for Education and Practice
EditorsDenise Turner
Place of PublicationEngland
PublisherCritical Publishing
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ISBN (Print)9781913453619
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jan 2021

Keywords

  • digital social work
  • digital capabilities
  • COVID19
  • Social Work education

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