Professor Brigid Daniel reflects on the main messages from the original food practices research as well the the Food for Thought project, highlighting the value of combining practice based evidence with academic research with a sprinkling of the day to day experience of children and young people.
Key Capabilities and students as leaders in multidisciplinary contexts. Professor Brigid Daniel's keynote address to the 2012 SCOPT (Scottish Organisation for Practice Teaching) annual conference offered a positive and optimistic view of social work as new entrants bring fresh perspectives. Students, in general, are curious and not afraid to ask questions, keen to read the evidence and apply it in practice. In short, they are well adapted for multidisciplinary working and leadership roles.
On 25th October 2012, WithScotland (formerly SCCPN and MARS) held its first national conference under its new name on the subject of 'Protecting people through partnerships'. IRISS.FM spoke to a number of the speakers, including Tom Wood, Chair of East and Mid-Lothian Adult and Child Protection Committees and Chair of the event; Beth Smith, Director at WithScotland; Joy Barlow, Strategic Advisor at STRADA; and Brigid Daniel, Head of Social Work at the University of Stirling.
Longitudinal research seminar took place at The Scottish Universities Insight Institute, Glasgow, on the 20th and 21st of April 2011. The intention was to identify the core constituents of a robust longitudinal design that would be fit for the evaluation of the efficacy of everyday professional intervention aimed at improving the lives of vulnerable children.
Brigid Daniel, Professor of Child Care and Protection, University of Dundee. Brigid is the Director of Studies for a large suite of post-qualifying child care and protection training courses.
Recorded at Achieving Results with Children and Families conference.