Innovation through reflexivity and participation: Strengthening the education and professionalization of social work in professional interfaces
Funded by Erasmus + K203 Strategic partnerships for innovation
Goal This programme aims to bridge skill gaps and develop capacity in participatory and inclusive approaches and collaborative reflexive skills among social and health work students and teachers and eventually different stakeholders in the community
Content The Practice guide developed to support the collaborative reflexivity and participative decision making in the social work and healthcare students and Curriculum of an election course in a modular form on collaborative reflexivity and participative decision-making competences in social work.
For whom (participants) Self-elected social work teachers, students, people with disabilities, service providers, and community agencies
Tutors from 5 universities