Knowledge and skills

Gambling related harm is no longer in the shadows

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Gambling related harm does not exist in the margins of society. Only now are we beginning to fully appreciate its reach and social work’s power to mitigate it and transform many more lives. Jim Rogers, senior lecturer at the University of Lincoln, with a practice background in addiction services, explains how social work has a vital role in challenging its ubiquity.

Lessons learned from the named social worker programme

This week sees the launch of the final publications of the Named Social Worker programme, launched by the Department of Health and Social Care two years ago and involving nine local authorities from across England over its two phases. Next …