30 episodes

From the University of Kentucky College of Social Work |
Hosted by Dr. Blake Jones | Produced by Jason Johnston |

Here we explore the intersection of social work research, practice and education. Our goal is to showcase once a month the amazing people associated with our college and give our listeners practical tools they can use to change the world.

Each month we have a conversation with a social work practitioner, researcher, educator or speaker to learn more about their life and work. This podcast is intended to be instructive and helpful as we explore social issues and challenges faced by the modern day social worker.

Twitter: @swconversations
Facebook: www.facebook.com/swconversations
Feedback, comments or show suggestions: swconversations@gmail.com

Credits:
Web master: Jonathan Hagee
Theme music: “Fingerdance” by Bill McLaughlin, used by permission. Learn more about Billy’s music and his amazing story here: http://www.billymclaughlin.com/

Social Work Conversations University of Kentucky College of Social Work

    • Education
    • 4.0, 11 Ratings

From the University of Kentucky College of Social Work |
Hosted by Dr. Blake Jones | Produced by Jason Johnston |

Here we explore the intersection of social work research, practice and education. Our goal is to showcase once a month the amazing people associated with our college and give our listeners practical tools they can use to change the world.

Each month we have a conversation with a social work practitioner, researcher, educator or speaker to learn more about their life and work. This podcast is intended to be instructive and helpful as we explore social issues and challenges faced by the modern day social worker.

Twitter: @swconversations
Facebook: www.facebook.com/swconversations
Feedback, comments or show suggestions: swconversations@gmail.com

Credits:
Web master: Jonathan Hagee
Theme music: “Fingerdance” by Bill McLaughlin, used by permission. Learn more about Billy’s music and his amazing story here: http://www.billymclaughlin.com/

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

jasonpauljohnston ,

A great conversation about social work

The title is perfect as the host has such a conversational tone - you fee like you are part of the conversation as they talk about social work issues and self-care. Highly recommended!

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