How can interactional research contribute to developing professional practice in social work?
Chairs: Marie Flinkfeldt & Clara Iversen
This round-table discussion will address the question of how research about communication between clients and professionals in social work can be used to inform practice. The discussion will be guided by short presentations of new research that exemplify opportunities and challenges involved in translating empirical findings to accessible and tangible ‘trainables’ in different national social work contexts.
Marie Flinkfeldt, Centre for Social Work, Uppsala University. Introduction
Sabine Jørgensen, Institute for Social Sciences and Communication University College South Denmark. Dignity as Interactionally Achieved in Social Work Practice
David Monteiro, GEACC-CLISSIS (Portugal), Two interactional practices for soliciting initial presentations of problems in social work encounters
Helena Tegler, Centre for Social Work, Uppsala University. Communication Training in Social Work – Three Different Models
Clara Iversen, Centre for Social Work, Uppsala University. Summary of Discussion
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