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Session 1 First Break Out Sessions at 9.40am

Andy McClenaghan

BASW (across Ireland)

Shaping Social Workers'

Identity: An All-Ireland Study

Paula McFadden Ulster University

Julie Byrne Trinity College Dublin

Gloria Kirwan Trinity College Dublin

All Ireland Social Work Student Survey Preliminary

findings

Paul Webb

Geoff Bunting

Leanne McIlvinny

Praxis

Managing Mental Health and Well-Being in the

Workplace: Assessment of a

Well-Being Intervention

Session 2

Lisa Bunting

QUB /HSCB commissioned

The Youth Wellbeing NI Survey Data Utility in Health

& Social Care

Linda Craig PHA

and Brian Toner Service User

You and Your Experience of Mental Health Services

during the Covid -19 Pandemic

Deirdre Mc Kenna

PHA (& Southern Health & Social Care Trust )

"From Social Work Practice wisdom to Policy

making to developing Practice: completing the

circle"

Session 3

Una Casey

Health & Social Care Board

The impact of Covid-19-Lockdown on Children,

Young People and Families:

Perspectives from the front line,

children, young people and families

Dr Lorraine O' Donovan

ROI

Citizen Information

An Exploration of the Factors that influence

Practitioners' Decision-Making in the Context of

Delivering the Strengthening Families Programme

Dr Twylla Cunningham

Probation Board NI

Trauma Exposure and Domestic Violence

Offending Severity in a Probation Sample

Session 4

Gillian Montgomery

Probation Board NI

Service user involvement in the Criminal Justice System

- the theory, the practice and the 'real world'

challenges.

Margaret Gallagher

Caroline Cunningham

NSPCC

Look, Say, Sing, Play: the NSPCC's brain building

behaviour change campaign

Shauneen O'Connor BHSCT

Claire Reid Impact CAMHS

Robyn Ellison Impact CAMHS

Sarah Ombler BHSCT

Anne Campbell QUB

A peer led examination of the development

and sustainability of 'IMPACT CAMHS' service

user group

Session 1 Second Break Out Sessions at 12.10pm

Anne-Marie Bagnall

Education Authority NI

Hannah Russell

QUB

Children Looked After Education Project (Key Stage 2)

The Attach Project Implementation Study

Anne Campbell QUB

Kathy Faulkner Extern

Mapping the changes in drug trends and

homelessness in Belfast/ Greater Belfast throughout

the COVID crisis between March and

September 2020

Robby Nelson

South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust

Social Work and the Importance of

Emotional Intelligence Development in early

stage learning

Session 2

Dr Paul Murphy QUB

Berni Kelly QUB

On Face-Work in the Digital Age: adapting interactive

skills training for online engagement in preparation

for practice learning

Dr Aisling McElearney

NSPCC

A group education programme for parents- to-be

experiencing or at risk of mild or moderate anxiety

and depression during the perinatal period

Liam O'Sullivan

Aisling Harmon

Care Alliance Ireland

Supporting family carers on-line

Session 3

Jane Hindes

South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust

Supporting Social Workers to empower parents to

develop their confidence in being protective through

the use of a 'Working Together Workbook'

Nerilee Ceatha

'Communities of Practice': Highlighting the potential

of ethnographic observations of human-animal

bonds

Mairead Harkin and Marian O'Rourke

NISCC

Learning technology in action:

Supporting the Modern Learner

Session 4

Nuala Power

Northern Health & Social Care Trust

Ciara McKillop

Northern Health & Social Care Trust

PAUSE Project

Paula McFadden

Ulster University

Health and social care workers' quality of working

life and coping while working during the Covid-19

Pandemic: Analysis of positive coping and workrelated

quality of life as resilience and protective

factors impacting on wellbeing.

Darren Curtis

CYPSP

Jim McDonnell

Newry Gateway

Our Journey through Disability

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