JSWEC Running Order
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Running order for JSWEC 2021 parallel sessions
|Session ID||Time slot||All presenters||Title of presentation|
Chair: David Westlake
Peter Nelson, Richard Martin
Shannon Billett, Lorna Stabler
An evaluation of the Fostering Wellbeing programme
How can support care work to reduce the need for children to be in care: using stakeholder knowledge to produce programme theory
Emily Rosenorn-Lanng, Sally Lee, Stevie Corbin-Clarke
Sarah Brown, Anne Kelly, Eleni Skoura-Kirk
Digitising social work education: when incidental learning isn't enough
The development of game based-learning (GBL) to enhance social work education
Using video analysis to develop communication skills in social work students
Chair: Aimee Cummings
The rise of Welsh 'neo-welfare'?: What children say
A community development approach for adolescent self-harm: exploring community-based perspectives for preventative intervention support in Wales.
Chair: Catrin Wallace
Maria Clark, Gillian Ruch
Small steps, big aspirations: How research has influenced practice in a Welsh local authority
Promoting emotional literacy and cultures of care in children’s safeguarding contexts: Introducing Kitbag resources to multi-agency community workers.
Chair: Hugh Mclaughlin
Mary Hurley, Fiachra Ó Suilleabhain, Catherine Forde
Jaime Ortiz, Jo Redcliffe
Climate Social Work - the trauma of a foreclosed future and what we can do to help
Ongoing research and pedagogical endeavours in developing a new trans-disciplinary module on Sustainability, Environmental and Social Justice Issues in Professional Practice in University College Cork, Ireland
The inclusion of economics training within social work education: An international comparison
Chair: Cindy Corliss
Vivi Antonopoulou, David Westlake, David Wilkins
Working with complex cases: A comparative analysis of quality of practice for Child in Need and Child Protection cases within Children’s Services in a UK local authority
From transmission to transformation: How using coaching enabled children’s social workers to enhance their practice & fulfil their vocational aspirations
Chair: Tom Slater
Jo Finch, David McKendrick
Using WhatsApp as a discursive and reflective space: academic-eese, colloquialism and swimming hell
Does social work want more men?
Mind the gap: Building social work research capacity through an equalities framework
|Allison Hulmes (Chair)||Meeting of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Social Work Association @GRTSWAssoc|
Chair: Fiachra Ó Suilleabháin.
Fiachra Ó Suilleabháin
Risk versus rights: current challenges in Irish social work practice regarding assessment of adult disclosures of childhood sexual abuse
Irish social workers' experiences of assessing adult disclosures of childhood sexual abuse: The challenge of balancing risk and rights
Helping adults tell: Incorporating the EU victims directive into the assessment of retrospective disclosures of childhood sexual abuse
Chair: Alyson Rees
Dharman Jeyasingham, Julie Morton
Humaira Hussain, Jan Parker
How do black and minority ethnic students experience social work programmes and how do lecturers make sense of these students’ experiences? Findings from research in England and Norway.
Informed consent or control? Disquieting reflections on ethics and young service users' participation in social work education.
Neonate simulators: Enhancing social work practitioners' knowledge of problem substance use during pregnancy.
Chair: Donald Forrester
Liz Beddoe, Harry Ferguson
Supervision in child protection: Space and time, containment or confinement?
Social work leadership revisited: Participatory versus directive approaches during service system transformation
Chair: Hannah Bayfield
Promoting positive father involvement
Chair: Louise O’Connor
Rachel Parry Hughes, Tim Fisher, Seth Oliver, Mike Clarke, Camden activist/care-experienced young person
Therapeutic photography in social work
Hopeful disruption: Art in social work spaces
Chair: Dan Burrows
Independent living and adult social care
The impact of social work education on students’ knowledge of and attitudes towards disability issues: An international comparison
Chair: Jo Finch
Clive Diaz, Sarah Thompson
Phil Smith, Martin Elliott
Rationing social services: What are the key considerations for social workers when distributing devolved budgets?
Child welfare inequalities in Wales: Practice and prevention
Chair: Sarah Thompson
Helen Whincup, Margaret Grant
Do we care more in Wales?
Permanently progressing? Building secure futures for children in Scotland: Phase One findings
Using administrative data to improve planning for child and family placements
|B:8||1.00-2.00 on 8th July|
Editors of social work journals
(Chair John Devaney)
Meet the editors
Advice for potential authors of journal papers from: Jane Fenton (Social Work Education); Steven Shardlow (Journal of Social Work)
Gillian Ruch and Perpetua Kirby
Giving voice and being heard: The role of recordkeeping in children’s social care
What do we mean by ‘giving children voice’ and how do children know when their voice has been heard?
‘My lack of voice’: human-centred recordkeeping
Me and my world: Child-centred relationships and records in practice
|Session ID||Time slot||All presenters||Title of presentation|
Chair: Louise Roberts
Bridget Ng'andu, Sweta Rajan-Rankin
Yohai Hakak, Sehrish Ali, Chipo Maendesa
The importance of transition experiences for wellbeing; reflections on a study of BME, refugee, and migrant children’s transitions from early years to primary education in Scotland.
Bordering and navigating hostile environments: Advocating for asylum seekers and refugees through Social Work Without Borders (SWWB)
Parenting in mixed families in contemporary London: a comparative perspective
Steven M Shardlow, Honglin Chen, Echo YW Yeung
Using “self-efficacy” as an outcome measure in programme evaluation
Chair: Helen Hodges
Anita Franklin, Geraldine Brady
Effectiveness of child sexual abuse services from the perspectives of young people with learning disabilities/learning difficulties.
Who supports the families of Black and Minority Ethnic children with life-limiting conditions?
Pam Alldred, Fin Cullen
Ethics, recruitment and confidentiality: Young carers research in the school environment.
How to show care in social work education?
Chair: Anthony Charles
Transitional safeguarding: Transforming how adolescents and young adults are safeguarded.
The role of surveillance in safeguarding responses to extra familial harm: watching over or working with?
Chair: Colette Mcauley
Social work with older people: An interprofessional approach to practice learning
The impact of social work education on police work
Chair: Jane Mclenachan
"My Experience of School - The Perspective of Adoptees aged 16-21 years"
Genetic testing and adoption: on the intolerance of uncertainty
Chair: Gillian Ruch
Jo Williams and Gillian Ruch
Adi Staempfli and Jo Williams
Alison Domakin and Jo Williams
From practitioner to practice supervisor: Exploring pedagogic practices for professional development
Learning to learn: Reflections on the development and delivery of the PSDP model of teaching and learning
The deep dive: practice development through individual and small group reflective spaces
Closing the circle: Engaging the sector in embedding the learning from the PSDP
Chair: Rick Hood
Vivi Antonopoulou, David Wilkins
Harry Ferguson and Matthew Gibson
Inspecting Inspection: The nature and impact of government inspection on social work with children and families
Reflexive regulation: Exploring the impact of Ofsted inspections on children’s social care services
OFSTED and children’s services: What performance indicators and other factors are associated with better inspection results? A critical analysis of the evidence based on two studies
What do Ofsted inspectors actually do? Inspection methodology and data as a form of knowledge about social work with children and families
|Session ID||Time slot||All presenters||Title of presentation|
Chair: Clive Diaz
Social work education in Scotland: what differentiates us makes us stronger?
Comprehensive social work education: A pipe dream whose time has come
Chair: Verity Bennett
Anna Gupta, Mr Tim Fisher, Ms Annie Bertram, Clarissa Stevens
David Westlake, Cindy Corliss
Godfred Boahen, Sarah Brown
Changing the stories and the story-tellers: Reflections on a family- led child protection enquiry
What can the ‘Social Workers in Schools’ pilots teach us about multi-agency working?
The nature and extent of parental participation in child protection conferences
Family group conferences: Identifying outcomes desired by families and professionals
Chair: Paula Beesley
Community Development: the promotion of staff well-being supporting local citizens who experience personal hardship due to poverty
Critical mindfulness in social work: Self-care as anti-oppressive practice in the journey from student to social worker
Experiences of emotional support within social work supervision
Reclaiming the role of emotions in social work: Learning from an ethnographic study
Session in Welsh with simultaneous translation to English
Ceryl Teleri Davies
Miriam Leigh, Angela Rees
Camdriniaeth teulu ‘cudd’: Archwiliad o gamdriniaeth plentyn tuag at riant / gofalwr.
(Invisible family abuse: An exploration of child to parent/carer abuse)
Ymchwilio i effaith priodas a phartneriaethau sifil ar gyplau LHD: goblygiadau ar gyfer gwaith cymdeithasol
(Investigating the impact of marriage and civil partnerships on LGB couples: implications for social work)
Partneriaid mewn troseddau: Ydy ffônau symudol yn cymryd rhan cyfrinachol mewn rheolaeth orfodol?
(Partners in crime: Do mobiles phone secretly participate in coercive control?)
Defnyddio cynllunio ieithyddol a dull mesh i adeiladu cymuned ddysgu ddwyieithog – adeiladu breuddwyd bensaernïol
(Using language planning and a mesh approach to construct a bilingual learning community – building an architectural dream)
Chair: Jo Redcliffe
Care leavers, mental health and social media
Exploring diversity in the educational pathways of care-experienced adults: Findings from a life course study of education and care
The role and influence of Welsh youth offending teams in the context of pre-devolution youth justice in wales
Should I stay or should I go? Exploring the decisions made by young people in foster care as they turn 18.
Chair: Jo Williams.
John Devaney, Eva Alisic, Claire Houghton
Narrative interviews in social work research and practice: Learning from the stories of male survivors of intimate partner abuse.
Issues of identity for young people bereaved by domestic homicide
Developing an understanding of the interactions between child protection social workers and women who have been subjected to domestic abuse
Chair: Zoe Bezeczky
Alyson Rees, Tom Slater
Kim Holt, Nancy Kelly
A multi-disciplinary review of Child Practice Reviews in Wales
An exploration of the interplay between child protection practice, parental substance misuse and inequality.
‘Children not trophies’: an ethnographic study of private family law practice in England.
Chair: Frank Keating
Christine Cocker, Anna Wright, Heidi Dix
Emma Perry, David Hambling
Liz Beddoe, Allen Bartley, Neil Ballantyne, Lisa King, Kendra Cox
Evaluation of two statutory placement experiences on the qualifying Social Work programmes at University of East Anglia and University of Suffolk.
Practicing for practice – evaluating simulated learning experiences on a social work qualifying programme and its impacts on preparing social work students for practice
Practising what we preach: The impact of placements on social work student hardship and stress in Aotearoa New Zealand
|Kish Bhatti-Sinclair (chair)|
Meeting of Social Work Education Anti-Racist Network (SWEARN). Black Lives Matter in Social Work
Chair: Annie Williams
Hannah Bayfield and Annie Williams
Secure Accommodation in the UK: Gaps in services and knowledge
Too many snakes and not enough ladders: journeys in and out of secure accommodation
Findings from The Scottish Secure Care Research Group
Secure accommodation: Best outcomes for vulnerable young people
Bridging the gap to promote hope in secure care
|Session ID||Time slot||All presenters||Title of presentation|
Chair: David Wilkins
Negotiating relationships in multi-disciplinary work: Lessons from a hospital social work team
Illusions of consent – Police and Crown Prosecution Service responses to victims of professional sexual abuse in mental health services
Approved mental health professionals’ decision-making in mental health act assessments
A life course approach to mental health recovery for African and Caribbean men
Chair: Amanda Filchett
Contemporary social work practice: The struggles of transforming yesterday’s professional skill set.
Social work education steps up to family violence. Responding to the Royal Commission into Family Violence recommendations, Victoria Australia.
Teaching law to social work students – Super-imposing two models and developing a narrative approach.
Chair: Patricia Cartney
“From postcodes to profit”: Girls in gangs in Waltham Forest|
This is abuse? Voices of young women on the meaning(s) of intimate partner abuse
Understanding and addressing the emergent challenge of child criminal exploitation
Social Harm Theory and ‘county lines’: supporting the sector to keep children safe
Chair: Sue Taplin
Paschal Gumadwong Bagonza
Karl Mason, Christine Cocker, Trish Hafford-Letchfield
Partnerships to promote sexual well-being.
‘...I don’t get too deep because when you become too close you can’t hide yourself no more’: ‘Queer’ asylum seekers and refugees in the UK (still) flaunting ‘it’ under wraps
Chair: Vivi Antonopoulou
Holly Nelson-Becker and Jason Codrington|
What is the place of spirituality and religion in health and social care with older people?|
How social workers engage with carers during adult safeguarding work: The use of ‘formal’ and ‘informal’ risk management strategies
The contribution of peer networks to community development: Lessons from personalisation
Chair: Mel Meindl
Jen Lyttleton-Smith, Pippa Anderson
Enabling talk and reframing messages: Working creatively with care experienced children and young people to recount and revisualize their educational experiences|
The development of ‘well-being’ discourse in the UK and its implications for social care policy and practice
The value of independent advocacy andthe voice of unaccompanied asylum seeking children
Hearing the voice of the child in child protection processes
Chair: Rachel Parry Hughes
Denise Tanner, Mo Ray, co-researcher
Paul Willis, Liz Lloyd, Denise Tanner
Time to care in social work|
Minding our business: the significance of older self-funders to social work
Identifying innovative and distinctive social work practice with older adults: a study of social work in multi-professional teams in England.
Clive Diaz, Nathaniel Wilson, Laura Vincent
Lauren Hill, Clive Diaz
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE): Exploring and understanding social workers decision-making and practices with children identified as being at risk of CSE.|
Professional perspectives on contextual safeguarding: Astudy in one local authority
Impactful impact: Acase study on child sexual exploitation and race discrimination
An exploration of how gender stereotypes influence how practitioners identify and respond to young people at risk of child sexual exploitation
|Colette McAuley and Hugh McLaughlin (Chairs)||Meeting of the Four nations social work PhD network|
List of posters
|1. Aisha Howells and Caroline Bald||The 4 Cs Model of Wellbeing Education: Exploring support for social work students’ wellbeing and development of professional resilience|
|2. Annabel Goddard||Assessments in children's social work: Running the risk of losing relationships|
|3. Emma Speer||Enduring relationships & commitment: experiences of adolescent entrants to foster care and foster carers|
|4. HeeSoon Lee||A pilot study of assessing readiness of social work students’ field work using Q methodology|
|5. HeeSoon Lee||Past, present, and future role of the senior center to promote aging in place: Historical analysis of the evolution of the wood county committee on aging (WCCOA) in Ohio, USA|
|6. Jackie Lelkes||What factors impact on and inform social workers decision-making, when applying the Mental Capacity Act (2005) to practice?|
|7. Jahnine Davis||Where are the black girls? Acontinuum of devaluation, silenced within the home, research, policy and practice|
|8. Jane Hernon||Making connections: Involving practitioner and experts by experience in social work education: insights from one teaching partnership|
|9.Joe Strong||Gerontological social work education: Where's the neuroscience? a literature review|
|10. Joe Strong||Implications of neuroplasticity in gerontological social work|
|11. Kate Parkinson and Deanna Edwards||Family group conferences: An opportunity to re-frame responses to the abuse of older people?|
|12. Maryam Bham||The AstonProject as a vehicle for community development|
|13. Paula Beesley||Supporting social work students to maximise their engagement on placement by understanding their strengths, learning needs and learning styles|
|14. Rachel Parry Hughes||The New Town Culture Programme|
|15. Sally Nieman||Exploring the social work role in relation to older people in care homes within the context of strengths-based practice|
|16. Siliba Sibanda||Traversing the urban casework approach and the rural developmental social work model|
|17. Stephanie Green||Intergenerational care in Wales: Where next?|
|18. Vivian J. Miller||A value-critical policy analysis of Medicare Part B: A focus on Latin/x and African American older adults|
|19. Vivian J. Miller||Transportation is critical to community connectedness: Family members visitation to residents in nursing homes and the social determinants of mental health|
|Timetable slot||Fringe event organiser||Event title|
Thursday 8 July
Caroline Bald, Aaron Wyllie and Ines Martinez|
Kieron Hatton,Jan Parker, Humaira Hussain, Jo Redcliffe, Tracey Maegusku-Hewett
Sue Taplin and Paula Beesley
Collateral consequences of criminal records and social work education: An agenda for change|
Creativity and Simulation
Legal protection of title –how far should this extend?
Sexuality and Social Work Special Interest Group: Annual UK meeting
Social Work Student Placements in a time of remote learning: how COVID-19 has impacted practice learning opportunities
Social Work Workforce Wellbeing Event
The place of political activism within social work: Lessons from the first seven years of Labour Social Work Group
Friday 9 July
Kirsten Morley and Lisa Warwick|
How do we stop our social work students from turning into robots? Instilling long-lasting principles of values-based practice|
Social Work Legitimacy