Relate your Research - a social work podcast

RELATE YOUR RESEARCH - A SOCIAL WORK PODCAST  |  Podcast , ±30 min episodes every 2 weeks, 2 days  | 
To generate, disseminate and preserve lessons and stories of social work researchers in South Africa. To provide a collaborative platform for social workers and researchers to share their unique experiences, creating an innovative dialogue while preserving knowledge.

Endorsed by Department of Social Work, Stellenbosch University
Produced by Ward Wide Music, Cape Town

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Relate your Research: S1/Ep.2 "Caring for people with physical disabilities with Noreth Muller-Kluits"

Living with physical disabilities can be a challenge for anyone, and caregivers of persons with disabilities are a unique group of people who require support, resources and knowledge to care adequately for the challenges that arise when caring for people with special needs.

In this podcast call, Noreth Muller-Kluits, lecturer from College of Cape Town an PhD Candidate from Stellenbosch University shares her findings, resources and research related to caring for people with disabilities.

Links from Episode
Informability Blog:
Masters Research Thesis:

Relate your Research: S1/Ep.1 "Social Work Supervision with Thea Wynne"

Social Work Supervision is a field of interest for social workers and managers working in the social service sector. Supervision is a valuable tool to foster growth and professionalism in organisations, what is interesting is that barriers exist that hinder social workers and leave them vulnerable to inadequate and even harmful supervision.

Social worker and postgraduate researcher, Thea Wynne shares with us her research lessons, findings and reflections on her Masters Study titled: The potential factors contributing to harmful supervision of social workers.

For research outputs:

Stellenbosch University Social Work Department:

2 episodes