Report for Skills for Care - An evaluation of the impact of service user and carer involvement in the University of Hull social work degree courses
Holden, S.; Adamson, S.; Whitfield, C.
Dr Clare Whitfield C.Whitfield@hull.ac.uk
This report is commissioned by Skills for Care from the University of Hull Social Work Department. Its aim is to evaluate the outcomes of the involvement of service users and carers in the training of social work students. Although much importance is now given to the part played by service users and carers in the training of social workers, there is little proven knowledge shared about the actual impact of their work.
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 2010|
|Publisher||Skills for Care|
|APA6 Citation||Holden, S., Adamson, S., & Whitfield, C. (2010). Report for Skills for Care - An evaluation of the impact of service user and carer involvement in the University of Hull social work degree courses. Skills for Care|
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