Today is #WorldSleepDay, such a simple but important thing. Hosted by World Sleep Society, the aim is to raise awareness of sleep health and a call to action on important issues related to sleep. If you feel burnt out or don’t have much energy lately then keep reading.
We need to challenge racism together by having uncomfortable conversations about race and educating ourselves, this means ‘challenging our own fears, beliefs and biases to enhance our own social work practice, when working with communities, cultures, customs and religions different from our own’ – Millie Kerr. (Click here for source)
As we come to the end of #MensHealthMonth we would like to shed a light on a few things in relation to men in the social care sector. Firstly, we want to celebrate the contribution of the male workforce to the adult social care sector. Thank you to all the males working within the social […]
If you are not aware, social workers have one week left to re-register with Social Work England! The deadline is 30th November 2021 and SWE urges social workers not to leave this to last minute, so make sure everything you need to do is complete or you may risk being removed from the register.
Over the last few weeks/months, Ulster University has been conducting the second wave of a wellbeing survey for Health and Social Care professionals. Research found that the wellbeing of social workers, who were the ‘foremost’ among participants has decreased since the first wave of the study, with results suggesting that those working in the social […]