Knowledge and Practice Hubs

Podcast episodes


In the Community Care Inform podcast series, Learn on the Go, expert practitioners and academics discuss what the latest research, theories and practice models mean for social workers. Listening allows you to learn and refresh your knowledge in different ways: by yourself or in a group; in the office, at home, or when you’re out and about. All available episodes are listed below, and new episodes will be added as soon as they are published.

Social work and FGM: anti-oppressive practice in action

stylised drawing of women and girls representing different ethnicities and diversity


Alarm clock with the word menopause spelt out in tiles underneath

Restorative practice

Anti-racist social work

A person holding a black lives matter banner at a protest

Remote supervision during the pandemic

woman working at home on laptop

Neglect, poverty and affluence

dirty and messy kitchen Gary Brigden

Intra-familial child sexual abuse

child's drawing of unhappy family

Parents with learning disabilities

Social work with trans people

Adoption disruption

Adult attachment

An 18-year-old’s perspective on ‘independence’, supported accommodation and good social work

Conceptual image: Young person's feet with arrows on the ground pointing in multiple directions - pathway, decisions, adulthood, future

Sibling sexual abuse

Contextual safeguarding

group of teenagers

Self-care and Covid-19

woman on work video call

Child to parent violence

Looked-after children and self-harm

self-harm support site newscast online 300

Fabricated or induced illness

Social media

Motivational interviewing

Building meaningful relationships in a challenging system

Photo of Luke Rodgers

Lifelong Links

Family finding, family seeing

children's hands holding jigsaw pieces

Home and online visits

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Loneliness, isolation and the pandemic


Social work supervision

women having a work meeting

County lines

Parental alienation

Poverty and child protection



Strengths-based practice

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