Articles tagged with 'social work' | University of Manchester

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2022
17
October
2022
| 15:03 Europe/London
A Professor of Social Work from The University of Manchester has been recognised as one of the UK’s most influential disabled people.
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18
May
2022
| 16:57 Europe/London
On Tuesday, 10 May we were joined by staff, students, alumni and friends from around the world to celebrate the incredible and inspiring work of our University Community at the Making a Difference Awards 2022.The awards highlighted the extensive rang...
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2021
03
December
2021
| 01:46 Europe/London
The essential role of long-term foster carers in helping to transform the lives of vulnerable children in care is highlighted in a new study published today.Government data shows that 40% of children in foster care are in long-term foster care - over...
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2018
14
February
2018
| 09:00 Europe/London
The British public are being invited to share their experiences of loneliness, as part of a national survey led by the BBC and The University of Manchester.
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2017
01
February
2017
| 16:40 Europe/London
How do we care in the 21st Century? What can be automated and what needs a human touch? Inspired by University of Manchester research, Hidden is a site specific, immersive show over three floors, made with young carers and exploring the future of car...
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11
January
2017
| 15:28 Europe/London
Considering the recent news of historical abuse cases in UK schools, residential homes and football clubs, Social Work Lecturer Gary Norton explains how legislation has changed to protect children more effectively but stresses that more still needs t...
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2016
25
November
2016
| 12:38 Europe/London
The University of Manchester’s Professor Alys Young won the Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year award last night at the Times Higher Education Awards 2016
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24
May
2016
| 08:00 Europe/London
Research shows deaf and disabled children are three times more at risk of abuse than non-disabled children.
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2015
27
February
2015
| 10:08 Europe/London
The University of Manchester has welcomed the news of proposals for the integration of health and social care services in Greater Manchester, providing more opportunities for the benefit of local people.   President and Vice-Chancellor, Profess...
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2013
14
August
2013
| 01:00 Europe/London
More needs to be done in prisons to look after a growing population of older male prisoners, according to research by The University of Manchester. The findings, published by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Journals Library in He...
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20
June
2013
| 01:00 Europe/London
The University of Manchester’s social work degree programmes have become one of the first five higher education institutions (HEIs) to be endorsed by the College of Social Work. The College of Social Work has launched the endorsement scheme for hi...
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2011
03
March
2011
| 00:00 Europe/London
Parents of deaf children with complex disabilities are locked in battle with health, social care and education professionals to access vital support and medical care for their child, a report published today (Thursday) has revealed. The research f...
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2010
22
September
2010
| 01:00 Europe/London
Researchers from The University of Manchester have developed a social intervention to help British Pakistani women with depression. Their 10-week programme, which was trialled in the north-west of England, helped the women feel more positive and i...
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25
February
2010
| 00:00 Europe/London
University of Manchester research has revealed that the majority of social care services are failing deaf children and their families – despite the fact that deaf children are more than twice as likely to experience abuse and many face significant ch...
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2009
01
May
2009
| 01:00 Europe/London
Urgent questions about how Britain should care for the 1.25 million adults in social care will start to get better answers from today with the opening of the School for Social Care Research. With a budget of £15 million over the next five years, t...
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