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Social work students are required to communicate in writing across a variety of practice methods and contexts and this book has been designed to help them develop the skills to do this with confidence during their qualifying degree and throughout their professional career. The book covers a wide range of writing skills, including writing up case-notes, report writing, writing proposals, completing a literature review, writing journal articles and successful funding applications. New content includes:
new material on confidentiality and the use of encryption
reference to recent changes to regulation and new material on the pressures of staying up-to-date with new technology
extended coverage of collaborative writing and group working skills
up-to-date references, further reading and links to professional standards and CPD.
PART ONE: ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION Written Communication Getting Your Message Across Managing Information for Writing PART TWO: WRITING SKILLS IN DAILY PRACTICE From email to Twitter Writing Case Records Report Writing PART THREE: MACRO-PRACTICE WRITING SKILLS: OBTAINING RESOURCES AND CREATING CHANGE Writing for Community Practice Writing Funding Applications Writing Policy Proposals PART FOUR: INFLUENCING YOUR PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT Writing a Literature Review Writing Journal Articles and Conference Papers Conclusion: Professional Writing in Diverse Practice Contexts
ISBN: 9781473969179 ISBN-10: 1473969174 Series: Social Work in Action Audience:
Number Of Pages: 280 Published: 13th April 2019 Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 3 Edition Type: Revised