The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on the entire world, with health and social care professionals playing an integral role throughout.
Social workers have had to quickly adapt their practice to respond to unprecedented situations in a time of health, social and economic crises. Many social workers have been working through anxiety and worry for their own health as well as the health, safety, and wellbeing of service users as a direct result of Covid-19 and the changes in practice required to reduce risk of infection.
As with the disruption caused to social work practice, social work education has also been impacted upon
Leeanne Olivant, a placement coordinator on the University of Huddersfield’s social work course and third-year student Natalie Stuart share their learning…