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Transdisciplinary CPD Showcase Series: Transdisciplinary Video Arena Observation Model An Approach to Early Intervention

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Book NowNorthumbria University's Department of Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing (SWECW) places itself strategically to play a significant role in aiding societal recovery and repair beyond the pandemic period (Future of SWECW, 2021).

Together with the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health (NMH), SWECW have a wealth of expertise in working with our partners in the north-east and beyond, supporting professional development and being responsive to workplace needs.

In this series we showcase some of our expertise in teaching and in research, to our partners and interested parties. We can offer bespoke CPD provision (either accredited or non-accredited). Working collaboratively, we can blend our CPD offer with our research and knowledge exchange strategies.

Session 1: Transdisciplinary Video Arena Observation Model - An Approach to Early Intervention
Delivered by: Dr Charmaine Agius Ferrante and colleagues

In this session - Transdisciplinary Video Arena Observation Model; An Approach to Early Intervention - attendees will explore;

  • The Transdisciplinary Arena assessment will demonstrate a six-step process of assessment leading to a development of an analysis/ individual family Service Plan/ICHP.

  • This process begins with a brief introduction then, each of the six-step observation process will be illustrated. For each section there will be an introduction and summary of the most important characteristics.

Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone from external partners who might need to think about planning, teaching and assessment in a different way.

Register your place for the session by filling in the form below or clicking on the button above;

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