List of Resources
- Bachmann, C. L., & Gooch, B. (2018). LGBT in Britain: trans report.London: Stonewall. Open Access: Stonewall | LGBT in Britain – Trans Report (2017)
- Bradlow, J., et al (2017) The School Report: The experiences of lesbian, gay, bi and trans young people in Britain’s schools in 2017.London: Stonewall. Open Access: Stonewall | School Report 2017Fish, J., (2007a). Mental health issues within lesbian,gay and bisexual (LGB) communities: Dept of Health, London. Open Access: Reducing health inequalities for LGBT: Briefing 9 (schools-out.org.uk)
- Fish, J., (2007a). Mental health issues within lesbian,gay and bisexual (LGB) communities: Dept of Health, London. Open Access: Reducing health inequalities for LGBT: Briefing 9 (schools-out.org.uk)
- Fish, J., (2007b).Trans people’s health.Dept of Health, London. Open Access: (PDF) Fish, J. (2007) Reducing LGBT health inequalities, Briefing papers for health and social care staff. London: Department of Health (researchgate.net)
- Government Equalities Office (2018) National LGBT Survey Report London: Government Equalities Office. Available at: Open Access:National LGBT Survey: Research report – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
- Guasp, A., 2017. The Schools Report: The experiences of gay young people in Britain’s schools in 2012. Stonewall, London. Open Access: The school report: the experiences of young gay people in Britain’s schools | The British Library (bl.uk). Open Access (updated report):Stonewall | School Report 2017
- Women and Equalities Committee (2016) Transgender Equality First Report of Session 2015-16.House of Commons. Open Access: pdf (parliament.uk)
List of Resources
Thanks to Key references provided by Dr Jason Schaub, Department of Social Work and Social Care, University of Birmingham. Open Access hyperlinks retrieved by Karen Brownhill, Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust.
- Abbott, D.et al. (2017). LGBTQI+* Disabled People and self-directed social care support. London: School of Social Care Research. Open Access: LGBTQI+ Disabled People and self-directed social care support (nihr.ac.uk)
- Bradbury-Jones, C., Molloy, E., Clark, M., & Ward, N. (2019). Gender, sexual diversity and professional practice learning: findings from a systematic search and review. Studies in Higher Education,1-19. DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2018.1564264. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website – missing tables and figures): pdf (bham.ac.uk)
- Cocker, C., Hafford-Letchfield, T (2010) Critical Commentary: Out and Proud? Social Work’s relationship with Lesbian and Gay Equality.British journal of Social Work,40(6), pp. 1996-2008. Open Access: Cocker-Out_and_proud.pdf (mdx.ac.uk)
- Cossar, J. et al (2017) Speakout: A Study of the Experiences and Identity Development of Lesbian ,Gay, Bisexual,Transgender And Questionino Youno People in Care – and the Support They Receive. Norwich: Centre for Research on Children and Families. Open Access:SpeakOut – LGBTQ Young People in Care Matter – Groups and Centres (uea.ac.uk)
- Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., Emlet, C. A., Kim, H. J., Muraco, A., Erosheva, E. A., Goldsen, J., & Hoy-Ellis, C. P. (2013a).The physical and mental health of lesbian, gay male, and bisexual (LGB) older adults: The role of key health indicators and risk and protective factors. The Gerontologist,53(4), 664-675. Open Access: Editor’s choice: The Physical and Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay Male, and Bisexual (LGB) Older Adults: The Role of Key Health Indicators and Risk and Protective Factors – PMC (nih.gov)
- Fredriksen-Goldsen, Karen 1., Loree Cook-Daniels, Hyun-Jun Kim, Elena A. Erosheva, Charles A. Emlet, Charles P. Hoy-Ellis, Jayn Goldsen, and Anna Muraco. (2013b)”Physical and mental health of transgender older adults: An at-risk and underserved population.” The Gerontologist 54, no. 3: 488-500. Open Access: Physical and Mental Health of Transgender Older Adults: An At-Risk and Underserved Population – PMC (nih.gov)
- Henrickson, M., Giwa,S., Hafford-Letchfield, T., Cocker, C., Mule, N., Schaub, J., and Baril, A.(2020) Research Ethics with Gender and Sexually Diverse Persons. International journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.17(18),6615. Open Access: IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Research Ethics with Gender and Sexually Diverse Persons (mdpi.com)
- Hicks, S., & Jeyasingham, D. (2016). Social Work, Queer Theory and After: A Genealogy of Sexuality Theory in Neo-Liberal Times. British journal of Social Work, 46(8), pp. 2357-2373. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcw103. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website): pdf (manchester.ac.uk)
- Inch, E. (2017). Are you ready? Qualifying social work students’ perception of their preparedness to work competently with service users from sexual and gender minority communities. Social Work Education, 36(5), 557-574. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2016.1237628. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website): REady for anything? (brighton.ac.uk)
- Mason, K., Cocker, C., & Hafford-Letchfield, T. (2020). Sexuality and religion: from the court of appeal to the social work classroom. Social Work Education,1-13. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website): pdf (strath.ac.uk)
- Russell ST, Fish JN. (2016) “Mental Health in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Youth”. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology. 2016;12:465-87. doi: 10.1146/annurev-clinpsy-021815-093153. Epub 2016 Jan 14. PMID: 26772206; PMCID: PMC4887282. Open Access:Mental Health in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Youth – PMC (nih.gov)
- Schaub, J., Willis, P. and Dunk-West, P. (2017) Accounting for self, sex and sexuality in UK social workers’ knowledge base: an exploratory study. British journal of Social Work 47(2), pp: 427-446. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website):Schaub.Willis.DunkWest.AccountingforSelf.Sexuality.docx_Post_Print_version.pdf (bris.ac.uk)
- Schaub, J., Stander, W. J., & Montgomery, P. (2022). LGBTQ+ Young People’s Health and Well-being Experiences in Out-of-home Social Care: A scoping review. Children and Youth Services Review (Open Access), https://doi-org.bham-ezproxy.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2022.106682
- Schaub, J., Stander, W. J., & Montgomery, P. (2023). Residential Social Care Experiences of LGBTQ+ Young People in England: A Qualitative Interview Study, The British Journal of Social Work, 2023;, bcad158, https://doi-org.bham-ezproxy.idm.oclc.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcad158
- School of Social Care Research (2017) LGBTQI+* Disabled People and self-directed social care support.London: NIHR/SSCR. Available: Open Access: LGBTQI+ Disabled People and self-directed social care support (nihr.ac.uk)
- Willis, P., Raithby, M., Maegusuku-Hewett, T., & Miles, P. (2017). Everyday Advocates’ for Inclusive Care? Perspectives on Enhancing the Provision of Long Term Care Services for Older Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults in Wales. British journal of Social Work. 47(2), 409-426. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website): pdf (bris.ac.uk)
- Willis, P, Raithby, M & Maegusuku-Hewett, T. (2018). “It’s a nice country but it’s not mine’: exploring the meanings attached to home, rurality and place for older lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults’. Health and Social Care in the Community. Open Access (accepted authors manuscript retrieved from HEI research website): pdf (bris.ac.uk)
List of Resources
- LGBTQ+ Youth in Care Network: https://www.lgbtyouthincare.com/ (resource for those working with LGBTQ+ youth in care and LGBTQ+ youth themselves)
- Safe to be me Age UK
- LGBTQ+ Inclusion Mental Welfare
- LGBTQ+ good practice guide MIND
- Residential Social Care Experiences of LGBTQ+ Young People in England: A Qualitative Interview Study- Project website https://birmingham.ac.uk/lypsa has an animated video about the findings i a report from their large randomised controlled trial about the effectiveness of an e-learning training module for children’s social workers working with LGBTQ+ youth
Listen to Andrea explain more about the research project:
Title: From Student to Practitioner: Race, Racism and Social Work. Phase 2
Initial findings from the first CMSWTP funded research project: From Student to Practitioner: Race, Racism and Social Work, indicated that Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students and practitioners had a positive experience of coming together in a safe space to discuss issues important to them regarding their lived experience and perspectives of race and racism within social work.
This NIHR funded continuation project aims:
- To provide professional development opportunities for BAME students and practitioners
Project objectives are:
- To provide 3 networking facilitated discussion forums where safe conversations can take place
- To discuss and develop thinking around Anti-Racist practice
- To evaluate the experiences of participation in the 3 events
- To write up and disseminate outcomes from Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the research
Partner: LJMU and LHU
Identified Lead: Andrea Newman, Beverley Burke and Philomena Harrison
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and learn more about social work with us and take your career to the next level. In Warrington we have placement learning opportunities for social work students in these adult social care teams, conveniently based in Warrington town centre in new office facilities:
First Response Team
Preparation for Adulthood team
Under 65s teams
Over 65s teams
Safeguarding and Quality Assurance
These teams in Warrington adult social care also have good access to the whole borough and for commuting in the region:
Integrated Hospital Discharge Team
Intermediate Care Teams
To find out about why Warrington is a great place to live and work, our website is here with social work and team profiles, adult service videos, and job vacancies. For further information about student placements please contact email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you.
Aim & Objectives:
To explore the community-led approach taken by Reformed CIC and disseminate learning. A second, larger photo exhibition in the community that Reformed work to support. Raising awareness of the work of Reformed and research findings with local commissioners, practitioners and (potential) service users.
Partner: See initial proposal
Identified Lead: Gill Buck
Contact info: See initial proposal
Aim & Objectives:
1. Which social care interventions are offered to care leavers who are not Care Act eligible to support their transition into adulthood?
2. How effective are social care interventions in supporting care leavers who are not Care Act eligible to achieve positive outcomes in adulthood?
3. What are the recommendations for social work practice?
Partner: EHU & CWAC
Identified Lead: Dr Angela Christiansen
Contact info: To follow
Aim & Objectives:
1. Better understand social workers concerns in a health setting in the rapidly changing politicised environment.
2. The impact of CoVID on roles and work demands.
3. To consider whether social workers based in health settings are just surviving or thriving in relation to planned changes introduced locally and nationally.
Identified Lead: Crispin Evans
Contact info: Crispin.Evans@merseycare.nhs.uk