288 credit points (First, Second and Third years) of core ABSW Bachelor of Social Work.
|1.||Investigate structural and intersectional factors that shape what is meant by good health and mental wellbeing;|
|2.||Evaluate a range of policies and frameworks that influence the provision of and access to health and mental health services;|
|3.||Analyse health and mental health issues from a variety of perspectives including practitioners, service-users, families, and care-givers; and|
|4.||Integrate knowledge of social work practice frameworks and approaches that are consistent with contemporary, inter-disciplinary health and mental health service expectations.|
|Presentation||Individual Presentation (10mins)||20%|
|Review||Critical Analysis (2000 words)||40%|
|Report||Social Work Practice Frameworks and Intervention Report (2000 words)||40%|
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