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In the first of a series of ThursdayThunking from ScOPT, Jo Finch talks about having courageous conversations and conversations that make a difference.
As social workers, we have courageous conversations all day long, not only with service users but colleagues, managers and other professionals. Practice educators also need to have courageous conversations with students, particularly when issues emerge on placement.
ThursdayThunking is a series of thought-provoking articles that offer information, insight and ideas... and maybe cause you to rethink the way you view things.
Our goal is to stimulate thinking, improve practice and provide a critical backdrop for ongoing debate.
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