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Anxiety and child protection - implications for practice

Anxiety and child protection - implications for practice. Janice McGhee, Senior Lecture and Lorraine Waterhouse, Professor, University of Edinburgh.

Networked knowledge for professional practice and organisational change

Ann Wales, Knowledge Services Group, NHS Education for Scotland.

Connected Practice Symposium, Human Services in the Network Society, Changes,  Challenges & Opportunities. The Institute for Advanced Studies, Glasgow 14-15 September 2009.

Andrew Lowe, Chair, Practice Governance Change Programme, Director of Social Work, Scottish Borders Council. What has Changing Lives Changed? 3rd March 2009. Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.

Keynote talk from the "Sharing Knowledge, Improving Practice, Changing Lives" conference given by Alan Baird, President, Association of Directors of Social Work at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 6th February 2009.

The everyday experience of practice is rich in potential for learning, as practice educators (student supervisors) are well aware. However, there are considerable barriers to the systematic and sensitive collection of these experiences, with the result that much potential learning is lost.