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Iriss.fm,Scotland's social services podcast

By Iriss

Research, projects and events on topics related to social work and social care.

  1. 1.
    Youth justice through the ages07/18/2019
    26:24
  2. 2.
    Freshly Squeezed: Calum Glasgow07/08/2019
    12:17
  3. 3.
    Influencing policy: relationships matter06/24/2019
    21:25
  4. 4.
    Research governance in social care06/07/2019
    20:06
  5. 5.
    IASSIDD 2019 conference05/28/2019
    16:14
  6. 6.
    Freshly Squeezed: Jackie Irvine05/07/2019
    24:14
  7. 7.
    Waterbaby Arts04/30/2019
    18:26
  8. 8.
    Freshly Squeezed: David Williams04/11/2019
    30:52
  1. 9.
    Duty of Candour04/05/2019
    46:43
  2. 10.
    Driving Miss Daisy03/26/2019
    15:52
  3. 11.
    Freshly Squeezed: Ben Farrugia03/19/2019
    34:56
  4. 12.
    Social Security Scotland02/20/2019
    13:25
  5. 13.
    Self-directed support: a radical policy?02/19/2019
    33:30
  6. 14.
    Generations Working Together02/08/2019
    22:10
  7. 15.
    People-led Policy Panel02/07/2019
    26:18
  8. 16.
    Learning Disability Week launch01/28/2019
    12:30
  9. 17.
    Disability Equality Scotland12/10/2018
    20:51
  10. 18.
    Outspoken Arts12/03/2018
    24:11
  11. 19.
    Co-production Week 201811/26/2018
    15:32
  12. 20.
    Freshly Squeezed: Lynn Williams11/05/2018
    24:12
  13. 21.
    Year of Young People11/01/2018
    14:31
  14. 22.
    Freshly Squeezed: Jennifer Davidson10/30/2018
    22:26
  15. 23.
    Families as peer workers in early childhood intervention10/29/2018
    28:23
  16. 24.
    Women in social work education10/23/2018
    27:20
  17. 25.
    Freshly Squeezed: Mairi O'Keefe10/22/2018
    26:54
  18. 26.
    Shared Lives10/17/2018
    49:49
  19. 27.
    Social pedagogy in practice10/14/2018
    29:24
  20. 28.
    Access to Politics09/28/2018
    20:59
  21. 29.
    Freshly Squeezed: Emma Scott09/26/2018
    15:02
  22. 30.
    Outside the Box09/19/2018
    23:23
  23. 31.
    Talking Social Work: Colin Turbett09/12/2018
    18:29
  24. 32.
    Talking Social Work: Jane Martin09/12/2018
    20:17
  25. 33.
    Talking Social Work: Claire Ferrier09/12/2018
    13:09
  26. 34.
    Talking Hope08/27/2018
    36:52
  27. 35.
    Write to Recovery - four years on08/19/2018
    33:19
  28. 36.
    Freshly Squeezed: Ian Welsh08/13/2018
    18:39
  29. 37.
    Talking Points in East Renfrewshire08/06/2018
    21:53
  30. 38.
    Freshly Squeezed: Trisha Hall08/06/2018
    20:47
  31. 39.
    Freshly Squeezed: Donald Macaskill08/01/2018
    22:44
  32. 40.
    Freshly Squeezed: Viv Cree07/23/2018
    21:03
  33. 41.
    Welfare advisers in health and social care services07/10/2018
    31:08
  34. 42.
    Freshly Squeezed: Tommy Whitelaw07/04/2018
    15:42
  35. 43.
    Social work student and service user role play sessions06/25/2018
    24:20
  36. 44.
    Looking back at Learning Disability Week06/25/2018
    14:50
  37. 45.
    Freshly Squeezed: Iona Colvin06/10/2018
    18:54
  38. 46.
    Building the future; shaping our social work identity05/30/2018
    20:40
  39. 47.
    Leadership and professional identity05/30/2018
    21:59
  40. 48.
    Perceptions of social work education and practice05/30/2018
    22:56
  41. 49.
    Jo McFarlane's journey to recovery05/30/2018
    34:31
  42. 50.
    The grand challenge(s) for social work05/17/2018
    39:08
  43. 51.
    Learning Disability Week 201805/03/2018
    12:13
  44. 52.
    I Am Me04/19/2018
    19:05
  45. 53.
    See Me03/20/2018
    19:25
  46. 54.
    Geetha Marcus03/07/2018
    46:11
  47. 55.
    Paisley Disability Resource Centre:202/28/2018
    14:01
  48. 56.
    Paisley Disability Resource Centre:101/20/2018
    9:37
  49. 57.
    Conversation with Evan Rae, a support worker12/08/2017
    20:08
  50. 58.
    Conversation with Greg Campbell, a support worker11/16/2017
    17:10
  51. 59.
    PAssport to Independent Living10/31/2017
    45:21
  52. 60.
    Access Film Club10/22/2017
    17:12
  53. 61.
    Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival10/02/2017
    17:06
  54. 62.
    Restorative justice08/31/2017
    33:13
  55. 63.
    The Care Collective08/24/2017
    17:47
  56. 64.
    The Dundee Early Intervention Team07/30/2017
    38:04
  57. 65.
    Hidden disabilities: Joseph Delaney07/19/2017
    19:32
  58. 66.
    Hidden disabilities: Ryan Fleming06/18/2017
    28:58
  59. 67.
    Between a rock and a hard place05/22/2017
    40:56
  60. 68.
    Secure care in Scotland05/22/2017
    48:15
  61. 69.
    Active and Independent Living Improvement Programme (AILIP)05/17/2017
    30:06
  62. 70.
    Parents with learning disabilities05/14/2017
    35:18
  63. 71.
    Hate crime: causes, motivations and effective interventions05/08/2017
    40:12
  64. 72.
    Learning Disability Week 201704/14/2017
    32:46
  65. 73.
    Unity Enterprise03/27/2017
    12:25
  66. 74.
    Alzheimer Scotland: Annual Conference and Dementia Awards03/09/2017
    13:48
  67. 75.
    Self-directed support survey02/21/2017
    16:32
  68. 76.
    Bipolar Scotland01/20/2017
    13:14
  69. 77.
    A watershed for social work in Scotland?11/30/2016
    25:51
  70. 78.
    Learning Disability Alliance Scotland11/21/2016
    28:46
  71. 79.
    Child abuse scandals and online discourse11/15/2016
    33:56
  72. 80.
    Glasgow Disability Alliance11/09/2016
    17:38
  73. 81.
    From strength to strength10/27/2016
    41:19
  74. 82.
    How do you find real lack and real passion?10/23/2016
    57:46
  75. 83.
    In Control Scotland10/02/2016
    14:18
  76. 84.
    Why attachment matters09/30/2016
    33:46
  77. 85.
    ISBA 2016: Unlocking the potential in our communities - George Thomson09/28/2016
    17:09
  78. 86.
    Limelight Music09/15/2016
    19:14
  79. 87.
    ISBA 2016: Getting there - Roy McConkey09/14/2016
    32:24
  80. 88.
    ISBA 2016: No limits - Jamie Andrew09/14/2016
    47:49
  81. 89.
    ISBA 2016: The 10th International Short Break Association conference - Don Williamson09/13/2016
    7:03
  82. 90.
    ISBA 2016: The shifting sector - Amy MacFarlane09/13/2016
    25:03
  83. 91.
    ISBA 2016: Reframing respite - Maureen Flynn09/13/2016
    26:23
  84. 92.
    ISBA 2016: Welcome - Donald Macleod09/12/2016
    8:09
  85. 93.
    ISBA 2016: ISBA values and themes - Don Williamson09/12/2016
    9:59
  86. 94.
    ISBA 2016: Caring in Scotland - Aileen Campbell09/12/2016
    14:26
  87. 95.
    ISBA 2016: Anything to declare? - Jaynie Mitchell09/12/2016
    19:26
  88. 96.
    ISBA 2016: Adventures with dementia - Neil Mapes09/12/2016
    25:29
  89. 97.
    ISBA 2016: Back in the driving seat - James McKillop09/12/2016
    12:41
  90. 98.
    Appreciative inquiry in health and social care09/04/2016
    47:27
  91. 99.
    C-Change08/07/2016
    10:42
  92. 100.
    Social pedagogy in practice at Camphill Scotland07/07/2016
    50:30
  93. 101.
    Neighbourhood Networks06/23/2016
    10:47
  94. 102.
    Challenging child protection: new directions in safeguarding children06/19/2016
    42:50
  95. 103.
    Social workers' communication with children involved in child protection06/16/2016
    23:40
  96. 104.
    Reforming child protection insights from Australasia06/13/2016
    41:17
  97. 105.
    Acumen: giving mental health service users and carers a voice05/16/2016
    15:02
  98. 106.
    Learning Disability Week 201605/01/2016
    11:26
  99. 107.
    Action on Hearing Loss Scotland03/28/2016
    11:43
  100. 108.
    Disabled Access Day 201602/25/2016
    15:06
  101. 109.
    My Life My Way: Wesley Greer01/14/2016
    25:03
  102. 110.
    My Life My Way: Lynn Murdoch12/18/2015
    18:35
  103. 111.
    My Life My Way: George Gordon11/26/2015
    16:05
  104. 112.
    Hate Crime Awareness Week 201510/07/2015
    21:06
  105. 113.
    Violent and aggressive children: caring for those who care09/16/2015
    34:17
  106. 114.
    Bobath Scotland and World Cerebral Palsy Day09/10/2015
    20:07
  107. 115.
    Sense Scotland: supporting disabled people and their families08/17/2015
    17:43
  108. 116.
    Values into Action Scotland07/12/2015
    8:45
  109. 117.
    Preserving the history of social work: Golden Bridge06/23/2015
    34:53
  110. 118.
    LGBT Age Capacity Building Project06/17/2015
    32:08
  111. 119.
    Learning Disability Statistics Scotland06/12/2015
    8:08
  112. 120.
    Learning Disability Week 201505/28/2015
    7:41
  113. 121.
    Reversing the trend: supporting people to reduce harmful drinking05/13/2015
    19:53
  114. 122.
    Conversations about alcohol: making a difference to alcohol-related harm05/13/2015
    21:37
  115. 123.
    Recovery Across Mental Health (RAMH)04/20/2015
    10:06
  116. 124.
    Trauma and looked after children04/01/2015
    40:32
  117. 125.
    We Chose to Climb!03/17/2015
    11:14
  118. 126.
    PASDA. Supporting families of adults with autism03/12/2015
    16:44
  119. 127.
    Health Improvement Scotland: co-production and improvement methodology02/19/2015
    24:31
  120. 128.
    Homelessness: sustainability02/17/2015
    51:33
  121. 129.
    Dates-n-Mates02/13/2015
    12:43
  122. 130.
    Co-production and improvement methodology in education02/11/2015
    16:11
  123. 131.
    Homelessness: transitions02/10/2015
    54:54
  124. 132.
    Healthy communities collaborative: co-production and improvement methodology02/06/2015
    38:26
  125. 133.
    Scottish Community Development Centre: co-production and improvement methodology02/03/2015
    11:16
  126. 134.
    People Powered Health and Wellbeing: co-production and improvement methodology02/02/2015
    16:37
  127. 135.
    Young Scotland's Got Talent01/29/2015
    10:47
  128. 136.
    Is technology an enabler or barrier in preventing social isolation for older people?01/20/2015
    18:23
  129. 137.
    The East Project: supported employment12/17/2014
    9:28
  130. 138.
    Go4IT digital inclusion service12/16/2014
    15:05
  131. 139.
    Why attachment matters: in play, SAIA Conference 201412/05/2014
    37:18
  132. 140.
    Fit for the Future in Argyll and Bute12/01/2014
    34:14
  133. 141.
    Whose Shoes?11/24/2014
    30:07
  134. 142.
    UCanDoIT, digital literacy training11/14/2014
    6:27
  135. 143.
    What does it mean to be a radical?11/14/2014
    43:27
  136. 144.
    Discover Care Opinion11/13/2014
    21:23
  137. 145.
    Reforming narratives: is there life after punishment?10/29/2014
    53:56
  138. 146.
    Achieving permanence for disabled children10/09/2014
    17:22
  139. 147.
    How can we effectively engage with harder to reach older people?10/06/2014
    23:21
  140. 148.
    ASSET (Age Specialist Services Emergency Team)10/05/2014
    37:33
  141. 149.
    My Life My Way: Chris White10/03/2014
    13:56
  142. 150.
    World Dementia Awareness Month 201409/22/2014
    41:58
  143. 151.
    Putting the baby IN the bathwater, why attachment matters for all09/18/2014
    38:35
  144. 152.
    Relationships Matter09/16/2014
    6:46
  145. 153.
    My Life My Way: Gordon Roy09/14/2014
    9:23
  146. 154.
    Walking towards better health08/14/2014
    12:19
  147. 155.
    Personal learning networks: Alison Petch07/31/2014
    1:24
  148. 156.
    Knowledge into practice07/29/2014
    15:33
  149. 157.
    Personal learning networks: Malcolm Wright07/28/2014
    0:57
  150. 158.
    Hospital to Home07/07/2014
    17:38
  151. 159.
    What do we mean by prevention?06/24/2014
    17:03
  152. 160.
    SPAEN and self directed support06/11/2014
    15:05
  153. 161.
    Write to recovery06/10/2014
    42:16
  154. 162.
    The arts in social care: overview of the evidence base05/26/2014
    12:02
  155. 163.
    Imagining the Future: public debate part one05/18/2014
    45:36
  156. 164.
    Imagining the Future: public debate part two05/18/2014
    53:00
  157. 165.
    Imagining the Future: public debate part three05/18/2014
    36:03
  158. 166.
    Learning Disability Week 201405/05/2014
    9:12
  159. 167.
    Creative practice as research, and research as creative practice (1/2)04/29/2014
    8:49
  160. 168.
    Creative practice as research, and research as creative practice (2/2)04/29/2014
    16:16
  161. 169.
    Creative care and support: Pitlochry04/28/2014
    11:31
  162. 170.
    The Advocacy Project04/26/2014
    8:59
  163. 171.
    The arts in social care: overview of the evidence base04/23/2014
    11:53
  164. 172.
    Welfare reform. Impact on third sector social and housing care providers in Scotland04/22/2014
    34:44
  165. 173.
    Status change: will the marriage of health and social care lead to better partnership working?03/27/2014
    45:37
  166. 174.
    How can we ensure that older people are equal partners in developing preventative approaches?03/21/2014
    24:01
  167. 175.
    Dates-n-Mates nightclub for people with learning disabilities03/14/2014
    10:51
  168. 176.
    Fit for the Future03/14/2014
    16:13
  169. 177.
    The Peckham Experiment. Henrietta Trotter in conversation with Lisa Curtice03/12/2014
    41:27
  170. 178.
    Impact Arts (1/2)03/07/2014
    7:31
  171. 179.
    Impact Arts (2/2)03/07/2014
    9:55
  172. 180.
    Using the Sony Playstation Portable (PsP) for context based learning03/04/2014
    24:07
  173. 181.
    Disability sports in Scotland and the Commonwealth Games 201402/20/2014
    13:58
  174. 182.
    Why attachment matters beyond early years. SAIA Conference 201301/29/2014
    38:40
  175. 183.
    Importance of ethics in social care research and six principles for ethical research01/27/2014
    29:01
  176. 184.
    Supporting practitioners through the ethical research journey01/27/2014
    22:58
  177. 185.
    Trend Spotter network01/15/2014
    6:33
  178. 186.
    Mindfulness in practice12/18/2013
    22:40
  179. 187.
    What does prevention mean in an ageing population?12/17/2013
    38:45
  180. 188.
    Able Radio presents... December 201312/09/2013
    6:36
  181. 189.
    Risk assessment and risk management in youth justice12/09/2013
    1:01:45
  182. 190.
    The little engine that could - introduction11/27/2013
    16:04
  183. 191.
    The little engine that could - ideas into practice11/27/2013
    9:09
  184. 192.
    The little engine that could - implementation science and art11/27/2013
    8:45
  185. 193.
    Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 201311/21/2013
    29:20
  186. 194.
    Food for Thought: the contexts of care11/19/2013
    30:03
  187. 195.
    Food for Thought. The food and care study11/19/2013
    15:07
  188. 196.
    Food for Thought. The experience of partnership and co-production11/19/2013
    19:16
  189. 197.
    Food for Thought. Reflections on the project11/19/2013
    16:59
  190. 198.
    Food for Thought. What it means in practice11/19/2013
    10:08
  191. 199.
    Pilotlight: self-directed support for those with mental health problems11/06/2013
    23:06
  192. 200.
    Pilotlight co-design team discussion10/31/2013
    39:13

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