|Fiona McSweeney, Dublin Institute of Technology|
|Dave Williams, Dublin Institute of Technology|
The Journal of Social Care provides a forum for managers, practitioners and students (undergraduate and postgraduate) of social care to share, through publication, their original research, practice reflections, literature and book reviews.
This journal, for the first time, provides a space within the Irish context for stakeholders within the social care field, both experienced and inexperienced to publish material of relevance to their profession.
A primary aim of this journal is to promote the development of research active practitioners in order to provide a solid foundation to underpin the future development of social care practice.
Working with young people living in residential care with pre-care experience of domestic violence: Social care workers perspectives
Helena Kennedy and Stephanie Holt
Translating national standards into practice: Supporting social care professionals
Victoria O'Dwyer, Laura Behan, Linda Weir, Deirdre Connolly, and Rachel Flynn
Giving voice to women in the sex industry: A voice-centred relational model based qualitative study
Leigh-Ann Sweeney, Jane Sixsmith, and Michal Molcho
“The day is long you know?” Older people’s voices on their homecare experiences in Ireland
Lhara Mullins and Margaret Hodgins
Promoting Resilience amongst Young People Transitioning from Care to Independent Living: Experiences of Residential Social Care Workers
Linda Cameron, Anne Hynes, Yvonne Maycock, Eileen O'Neill, and Ann Marie O'Reilly
The Key Attributes of a Successful Relationship with Service Users in Family Support: Views of Family Support Workers
Kim Corless, Sharon Horan, Barbara Kirkpatrick, Nicola Crocker, Maura O'Donoghue, and Veronika Steiner
Supports for Parents of Children with an Intellectual Disability: The Social Care Worker’s View
Christine Barretto, Catherine Byrne, Mairead Delaney, Aine Harrington, and Kira Kazokova