Podsocs

Podsocs, the podcast for social workers on the run, brings you topics of interest for all human services practitioners, students and academics - check the pics of our guests and listen to them on www.podsocs.com
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Podsocs 63 – Closet activists and covert workplace activities: In conversation with Lyndal Greenslade. Is radical social work dead or does it have a covert presence in modern social work practice? In this podcast, Lyndal Greenslade shines a light on closet activism www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 63 – Closet activists and covert workplace activities: In conversation with Lyndal Greenslade. Is radical social work dead or does it have a covert presence in modern social work practice? In this podcast, Lyndal Greenslade shines a light on closet activism www.podsocs.com

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Migrant social workers crossing borders: In conversation with Allen Bartley. Social workers are a relatively mobile profession. Many of us find ourselves working in other countries but how well prepared are we for the experience? Allen Bartley talks about New Zealand research on migrant social workers. http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/migrant-social-workers-crossing-borders/

Migrant social workers crossing borders: In conversation with Allen Bartley. Social workers are a relatively mobile profession. Many of us find ourselves working in other countries but how well prepared are we for the experience? Allen Bartley talks about New Zealand research on migrant social workers. http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/migrant-social-workers-crossing-borders/

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The “Safe and Together’ model is about domestic violence in child welfare contexts. David Mandel talks about this model and his work with professionals in the field. www.podsocs.com

The “Safe and Together’ model is about domestic violence in child welfare contexts. David Mandel talks about this model and his work with professionals in the field. www.podsocs.com

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Desley Hargreaves on social work in disasters http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/social-work-in-disasters/

Desley Hargreaves on social work in disasters http://www.podsocs.com/podcast/social-work-in-disasters/

Podsocs 62 - Post adoption support: In conversation with Trevor Jordan – who talks about who is affected, some of the issues that arise, and the need for post adoption support services http://www.podsocs.com/

Podsocs 62 - Post adoption support: In conversation with Trevor Jordan – who talks about who is affected, some of the issues that arise, and the need for post adoption support services http://www.podsocs.com/

Podsocs 63 – Bodies, grief and social work: In conversation with John Drayton. In some ways we are death obsessed yet we often hide away from the realities of death. John Drayton talks to us about his research in coronial social work with relatives of deceased people and their relationships with the deceased. www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 63 – Bodies, grief and social work: In conversation with John Drayton. In some ways we are death obsessed yet we often hide away from the realities of death. John Drayton talks to us about his research in coronial social work with relatives of deceased people and their relationships with the deceased. www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 64 – Corporate social responsibility and social enterprise: In conversation with Tim Palmer. What has business got to do with social work? Tim Palmer talks to Podsocs about the relationships companies have with society, people, communities and the environment and opportunities for social work www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 64 – Corporate social responsibility and social enterprise: In conversation with Tim Palmer. What has business got to do with social work? Tim Palmer talks to Podsocs about the relationships companies have with society, people, communities and the environment and opportunities for social work www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 65 – Brokers, bouncers and glue are some of the self-described social work roles that Shelley Craig and Barbara Muskat (pictured) identified in their research. Healthcare is changing rapidly and social workers are vital to this system. But what do social workers actually do in hospital settings? www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 65 – Brokers, bouncers and glue are some of the self-described social work roles that Shelley Craig and Barbara Muskat (pictured) identified in their research. Healthcare is changing rapidly and social workers are vital to this system. But what do social workers actually do in hospital settings? www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 65 – Brokers, bouncers and glue are some of the self-described social work roles that Shelley Craig (pictured) and Barbara Muskat identified in their research. Healthcare is changing rapidly and social workers are vital to this system. But what do social workers actually do in hospital settings? www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 65 – Brokers, bouncers and glue are some of the self-described social work roles that Shelley Craig (pictured) and Barbara Muskat identified in their research. Healthcare is changing rapidly and social workers are vital to this system. But what do social workers actually do in hospital settings? www.podsocs.com

Podsocs 66 – In this podcast, Helen Masson talks about a novel approach to tracing research participants using social media. Helen also talks about the findings of this research with adults who as children had sexually abused www.podsocs.com.

Podsocs 66 – In this podcast, Helen Masson talks about a novel approach to tracing research participants using social media. Helen also talks about the findings of this research with adults who as children had sexually abused www.podsocs.com.

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