About

Liz Beddoe

 

Cover photo by Carole Adamson

The aim of this blog is to feature New Zealand social work research in an accessible way and to promote critical debate about social work matters. It was started by Liz Beddoe, Associate Professor School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work, University of Auckland. Opinions expressed are my own or those of named guest contributors. I tweet at @BeddoeE

Project blogs

Social Work Supervision Agenda
Crossing Borders- Migrant Professionals

Write about Social Work in New Zealand

4 Responses to About

  1. David McNabb says:

    Go Liz! great initiative to set up this blog and agree with your posting on social work research and scarce resources. David McNabb

    • socialworknz says:

      Thanks David you are my first colleague to comment. Being a new blogger is a little like hosting a party and waiting for people to arrive. Please spread the word and let people know I am happy to consider guest posts about research or research related issues.

      • David McNabb says:

        Dear people A great site to engage with.. https://socialworkresearchnz.wordpress.com/ cheers David

        >>> Social Work Research in New Zealand 17/07/2013 2:59 p.m. >>>

        socialworknz commented: “Thanks David you are my first colleague to comment. Being a new blogger is a little like hosting a party and waiting for people to arrive. Please spread the word and let people know I am happy to consider guest posts about research or research related iss”

  2. Dugald McDonald says:

    Great idea Liz. Is the party still going? I’ll stand in a corner until the others arrive. Peace. Dugald

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