International Journal of Public Health
A special issue will feature 15 manuscripts by SWHIN members (publication in 2016); this special issue also will be published as a book.
The Human Rights Perspective in Health Social Work by Vimla Nadkarni
Tackling Health Inequalities through Social Work by Lindsey Napier and Lesley Laing
Positioning LGBT Social Work in Italy, Andrea Nagy
Health Inequalities & Equity: Mental Health & Disability, Social Work and Health Inequalities Network
Health Inequalities & Equity: developing the social work curriculum: promoting health inequalities within social work education, practice and research Social Work and Health Inequalities Network
Health Inequalities – developing a global curriculum, Julie Fish & Kate Karban
Social Work and Global Health Inequalities: Policy and Practice Developments (2009), P. Bywaters, E. McLeod and L. Napier (eds.), Bristol: Policy Press.
This new edited book written primarily by Network members is a major new international text analysing the role that social work can contribute to understanding and tackling global health inequalities.
LGBT Health Inequalities: International Perspectives in Social Work, Fish, J. and Karban, K. (eds.), (Forthcoming), Policy Press.
Find a key reading list here.
- At The University of Warwick, SWHIN is associated with the Centre for the Study of Safety and Wellbeing (SWELL) in the Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL) www.warwick.ac.uk/study/cll/research/swell
- Politics of Health Group http://www.pohg.org.uk/
- Institute of Health Equity http://www.instituteofhealthequity.org/home
- JISCMAIL – Social Work and Health Inequalities Network
- International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW)
- International Association of Schools of Social Work
- Global Agenda http://ifsw.org/get-involved/agenda-for-social-work/
- Mapping ED Based Social Care Research Report