A small-scale research project investigating the impact of group supervision as a method of achieving competence. I was the sole researcher on this project, designing the study, conducting the fieldwork and undertaking the analysis. The methodology used a mixed method approach and ascertained that group supervision was an effective method of achieving competence for social work students
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2005|
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What knowledge do social workers use to inform their decision regarding permanency for Looked after Children?Author: McCafferty, P., Dec 2019
Supervisor: Duffy, J. (Supervisor) & Hayes, D. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctorate in Childhood StudiesFile