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A Knowledge, Skills and Values Practice Framework: integrating theory and practice in social work

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A Knowledge, Skills and Values Practice Framework: integrating theory and practice in social work - a diagram

Author:

Pam Trevithick
2017

Abstract

A Knowledge, Skills and Values Practice Framework: integrating theory and practice in social work – a diagram

 

Pam Trevithick

Pam Trevithick

I started in social work in 1976 and over the years have had a variety of roles – as a residential worker, field social worker, family centre manager and academic. I’m currently retired but regularly present at conferences and lecture in the UK, Europe and Australia on themes covered in my writing or that trouble social workers.

I enjoy writing and am the author of the best-selling 3rd edition text Social Work Skills and Knowledge: A Practice Handbook (2012). In this book, and in other articles I’ve written, I highlight – and attempt to rectify – the superficial coverage given to social work skills in some areas of UK teaching and practice

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