The 2020 NDARC Annual Research Symposium- Session Two: Research partnerships: Engaging with families, communities and services
Date: Thursday, 12 November
Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm
The second session is focused on research partnerships and engaging with families, communities and services.
The CWIP App brings together around 16 different datasets at the local authority and neighbourhood level, with a range of features including being able to adjust for deprivation effects using the results from linear models calculated ‘on the fly’; the ability to compare multiple different graphs side-by-side; and the possibility to create literally hundreds of thousands of possible gr
Tobacco, alcohol and illicit drug use can place a heavy burden on individuals, families and society. The health,
social and economic effects are diverse and substantial, and include disease and injury, mental health
conditions, road accidents, family and domestic violence, and other crime.
This webinar highlights the value of partnering with elected officials, law enforcement professionals, school administrators and educators, parent and student organizations, faith-based organizations, local media and businesses for a Communities Talk: Town Hall Meeting to Prevent Underage Drinking event.
Families across the globe are adapting to changes due to (COVID-19).
While isolation can represent an opportunity for families to spend time together, many caregivers will be experiencing conflicting feelings and priorities, as well as practical challenges.
Social Work is rich, stimulating, and one of the few careers which enables you to stand up for social injustice.
The field of social work spans across multiple career options, depending on the type of social work degree you pursue and your personal career goals and interests.