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SCIE is undertaking projects to inform developments in social work and social care and we are making sure that a range of SCIE products reflect local legislation and policy context.

Thank you message to Northern Ireland social workers and social care workers

Read the latest letter from Chief Social Worker Sean Holland where he express his gratitude in this time of unprecedented challenge and crisis.
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Thank you message to Northern Ireland social workers and social care workers

Thank you message to Northern Ireland social workers and social care workers Read the latest letter from Chief Social Worker Sean Holland where he express his gratitude in this time of unprecedented challenge and crisis.

How COVID-19 is affecting the death rituals for people in Northern Ireland

How COVID-19 is affecting the death rituals for people in Northern Ireland By Denise Turner (London Metropolitan University) and Dr Amanda M L Taylor-Beswick (Queens University Belfast)

Welcome from the NI Chief Social Worker

Welcome from the NI Chief Social Worker This new digital home for the Northern Ireland social work and social care community shares, celebrates and promotes local good practice. Find out about what is happening in other parts of the health, care and support system in Northern Ireland.

Scaling up community-based models of care in Northern Ireland

Scaling up community-based models of care in Northern Ireland A briefing on promising models of person-centred care and support in Northern Ireland. Includes changes we feel will help in supporting the growth of these community based models.

Do Northern Ireland social workers make decisions based on the knowledge that underpins strengths-based practice?

Do Northern Ireland social workers make decisions based on the knowledge that underpins strengths-based practice? SCIE’s webinar recording offers an opportunity to find out more about the evidence for strengths and assets-based outcomes, and how to implement these models.

Minister visits co-production group in Belfast

Minister visits co-production group in Belfast On 14 February 2020, Robin Swann, the Minister of Health for Northern Ireland, took part in the Department of Health’s service user engagement group meeting in Belfast. It was to support an social care action plan.

'You are okay.' Strengths-based practice insights from adult services

'You are okay.' Strengths-based practice insights from adult services The OSS's second publication in its Reflections series features examples of local practice in Northern Ireland. It highlights the importance of using strengths-based approaches to empower and support people using social work and social care services.

Updated Research Methods Programme

Updated Research Methods Programme The Research Methods Programme has been updated to meet the requirements of Northern Ireland's Social Work Research and Continuous Improvement Strategy. It's a post-qualifying, postgraduate programme offered through partnership with Ulster.

'The Heart Of Living And Dying' - Advance Care Planning In Northern Ireland

'The Heart Of Living And Dying' - Advance Care Planning In Northern Ireland Bringing a social work and public health approach to Advance Care Planning. The process promotes the value of group work in supporting people to reflect on what matters most to them life and in planning for death and dying.
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