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Social work education case study: Leeds University

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This film for social work educators and students looks at the different ways that people who use services and carers are involved in the social work degree at Leeds University. It shows the benefits students get from contact with users and carers and what users and carers gain from the experience.

Social work education case study: Anglia Ruskin University

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In this film for social work educators and students, people who use services, carers and academics describe participation in a social work degree. It looks at how users and carers are involved in the course, the benefits students get from contact with them and what users and carers gain from the experience.

Mental health transitions: an integrated practice example

This video for mental health managers and staff is about the challenge of improving transition when young people are no longer eligible for services from the child and adolescent mental health team at the age of 16. Hear staff and young people talk about the services.

Social work education case study: Bucks New University

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Video for social work educators and students shows people who use services, carers and academics describing participation in the social work degree at Bucks New University. Looks at benefits students get from contact with users and carers and what users and carers gain from the experience.

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