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End of Life Care – Palliative Care – A Special Evening with Malcolm Payne – Debate Summary – 31 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views regarding End of Life Care / Palliative Care in a special debate with Malcolm Payne and as part of @SWSCmedia debate series. Below is the summary of the discussion and we look forward to seeing you on Sunday (5 August 2012) when we explore: “Disability or Diverseability: Defining Identities … Continue reading

He Loves Me… That's Why! – Summary of Case Study Debate on Domestic Violence @SWSCmedia – 29 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views regarding our domestic violence case study which is part of our case study series @SWSCmedia. Below is the summary of the discussion and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow (Tuesday, 31-July-2012)  for a special evening on “End of Life Care” with Malcolm Payne @SWSCmedia.  You can read Malcolm … Continue reading

He Loves Me… That’s Why! – Summary of Case Study Debate on Domestic Violence @SWSCmedia – 29 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views regarding our domestic violence case study which is part of our case study series @SWSCmedia. Below is the summary of the discussion and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow (Tuesday, 31-July-2012)  for a special evening on “End of Life Care” with Malcolm Payne @SWSCmedia.  You can read Malcolm … Continue reading

Networks Helping Families Flee Social Services – Debate Summary – 22 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views regarding Channel 4 report on “Networks Helping Families Flee Social Services” part of @SWSCmedia debate series. Below is the summary of the discussion and we look forward to seeing you on Tuesday (31-July-2012)  for a special evening on “End of Life Care” with Malcolm Payne @SWSCmedia.  You can … Continue reading

He Loves me… That’s why… – A Domestic Violence / Intimate Partner Violence Case Study @SWSCmedia

Case Study Jenny is a 15 year old girl who has been having  a difficult time at home.  Her Dad has a short temper and gets angry often and in Jenny’s words “…some times he just flips. You’ll never know why” and “when he’s angry somebody is gonna get it….” Jenny doesn’t like this violence … Continue reading

Summary of Domestic Violence and Gender Debate on 27 July 2012

Thank you for joining us and for sharing your views in our special domestic violence and gender debate @SWSCmedia. This is an important topic that continues to affect a large number of children, adults and families. Below is the summary of our debate on gender and we look forward to seeing you in our case study … Continue reading

The Hidden Crime… Gender and Domestic Violence… – Domestic Violence Debate @SWSCmedia

Join us for a special Domestic Violence and Gender  @SWSCmedia Today (Friday, 27-July-2012) at 12:00 noon UK / 7:00 AM EDT @SWSCmedia. Domestic violence is widespread and its effects are pervasive. Practice and research in domestic violence have resulted in a greater appreciation of the complexities in understanding the impacts of domestic violence on children and the ways … Continue reading

Gender and Domestic Violence… – A Domestic Violence Debate @SWSCmedia

In today’s debate we wish to examine the relationship between gender and domestic violence and whether in a gendered society we should have a gender-neutral or a gender-specific approach to domestic violence? There is much that can be said about domestic violence however, one of its’ most important and distinctive features is its hidden nature. … Continue reading

Social work and end-of-life care: issues for debate @SWSCmedia – Opinion piece by Malcolm Payne

Join us for a Special Evening  @SWSCmedia on Palliative and End-of-Life care with Malcolm Payne (@MalcolmPayne) on Tuesday (31-July-2012) at 8:00 PM BST (UK) / 3:00 PM EDT @SWSCmedia. Planning for living needs to include planning for dying. End-of-life care is not a specialised area of medicine, involving a few specialised social workers working in hospices and hospitals. … Continue reading

Public versus Private Health and Social Care… Challenges, Opportunities, and Realities… – @SWSCmedia Debate

The UK National Health Service (NHS) was established in 1948 as a universal service free at the point of delivery and available on the basis of need. This system replaced a fragmented, highly inequitable provision based on a system of charity, municipalities, and private services. This resulted in considerable divergence between health care policy and … Continue reading

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