What does it look like when experts by experience are fully involved in shaping and informing social work education?
What does the role entail?
How can universities avoid tokenism and ensure meaningful engagement?
What are the benefits for social work students, people who use services and the experts by experience themselves?
To address these questions and many more, host, Andy McClenaghan is joined by Rebecca Regler who earlier this year wrote in the British Journal of Social Work about her journey from being a social worker, to a service user, to an expert by experience, and Cherie Carlton, Senior Lecturer and Programme Lead from the MA social work practice, Think Ahead, at Middlesex University.
You can read Rebecca’s article, My Journey from being a Social Worker, to a service user, to an expert by experience here.
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