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SWEP Developing a strategic user and carer led approach to involvement in social work education June Sadd Andy Cheng
In this presentation / workshop Introductions About this session About SWEP About this workshop What we will do with your comments
About SWEP Is based on the principle of co-production Is centred around the website but recognises people who do not use the internet Has a steering group of users and carers driving development
Where SWEP comes from SCIE Report 28: Developing user involvement in social work education SCIE Report 29: Carers as partners in social work education
What do you think are the What would you look for in the SWEP forum and web archive? And How would that benefit you in your role now (or when you were a student)?
SWEP Social Work Education Participation For further information: Andy Cheng: June 24/11/2009
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