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Explores the evidence around the impact of individual experiential therapies (e.g. animal assisted, play, arts) and EMDR, for young people who have experienced trauma.
Iriss.fm, Episode 208
Roundtable discussion on the embedding of welfare advisers in health and social care services.
Iriss.fm, Episode 207
An interview with Tommy Whitelaw, a carer, activist and inspiration.
A critical history, fifty years after the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968
A critical history, fifty years after the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968.
Iriss.fm, Episode 206

Our roving reporter on disability issues, Michael McEwan, attended a number of events over Learning Disability Week 2018 (14-20 May) and spoke to the organisers.

We hear about 'Be the…

Supporting intermediary organisations
Iriss was involved in delivering workshops, alongside Corra Foundation, that helped explore with intermediary support organisations their approaches to expressing the impact and outcomes of their…
Iriss.fm, Episode 205
The moving story of Jo McFarlane, a writer, poet and public speaker. She provides an engaging story of her early life and journey to recovery, peppered with powerful, and often comic, poetry.
User involvement in social work education
Story of role-play sessions held between social work students at the University of Strathclyde and members of the service user and carer group.
Iriss.fm, Episode 204
Martin Kettle of Glasgow Caledonian University gives an overview of research on newly qualified social worker perceptions of social work education and practice.
User involvement in social work education
Olivia Ndoti from the Women's Asylum Support Housing (WASH) project, came to Glasgow Caledonian University to talk to social work students about having No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF).