Presentation on theme: "Carer Research Partnership Carers as Trainers Linda Bruce RGU Linda Sutherland Carer."— Presentation transcript:
Carer Research Partnership Carers as Trainers Linda Bruce RGU Linda Sutherland Carer
Carers as Trainers Setting the scene New honours degree programme for Social Work Education – Sept 2004 Partnership working Carers as Stakeholders Enhancing students learning and professional development.
Carers as Trainers Developing our Network Jill Manthorpe (2000) – acknowledging difference Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) (2004) – principles of participation Scottish Institute for Excellence in Social Work Education (2004) – student assessment Allam et al (2004) – can do approach
Carers as Trainers Embedding Involvement Carer How long Making a Difference My involvement
Carers as Trainers Involvement to Date Developing Protocols Developing Teaching Tools Selection Process Direct Teaching Module Evaluation National Developments Staff recruitment Conferences
Carers as Trainers Students Response It made theories fit into place and made the whole area seem more real I was moved by what I heard It helped me develop my insight into the human side of living with long term illness
Carers as Trainers Current Research Longitudinal Study – Module Evaluation Independent evaluation of progress to date.
Carers as Trainers References Allam et al (2004) cited in Consultation Networks: A grassroots method of involving service users and carers in social work education Ager, W., Dow, J. and Gee, M (2004) Manthorpe. J. Developing carers contribution to social work training, Social Work Education Journal Vol 19 No 1 (2000) Social Care Institute for Excellence Involving service users and carers in social work education Resource Guide No 2 (2004)