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Winner Winner... The First All Ireland Research Conference

Through the work of the Practitioner Research SIG the IASW became aware of the high volume of  research being carried out by Social Workers around the Country, and as a means of recognising this valuable work, a small committee decided to organise the first ‘All Ireland Social Work Research Conference’ to show-case the quality social work research that is being carried out each year all over Ireland.

The organising committee made up of volunteers; Niamh Flanagan, Sarah Donnelly, Kerry Cuskelly and Eavan Brady received an over-whelming response to the ‘call for abstracts’ and reviewed over 60 applications.  

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On the day over 50 presentations were delivered, copies of the presentations can be found here: https://www.iasw.ie/events/135-fully-booked-all-ireland-social-work-research-conference

The feedback from the conference has been extremely positive and has done a lot to raise to profile of social work research by acknowledging the excellent work done by all those who presented their research. The IASW would like to thank all of the applicants who submitted and presented their work!  

The IASW would like to take the opportunity to give a BIG thank you to the Organising Committee; Eavan, Niamh, Sarah & Kerry, our consortium partners (NUIG, UCD, UCC, TCD, Queens University, Sligo IT and Maynooth University), and the many volunteers who assisted on the day with judging, room managing, photography, etc. We couldn’t have done it without you all!

Overall the first ‘All Ireland Social Work Research Conference’ was a great success, and we’re planning for an even bigger and better event in the very near future!

And the AWARD WINNERS are.....

Presenter

Type of Presentation

Award/Commendation

Zoe Hughes

Oral

AISWR Contribution to Practice Award

Sean Lynch

Oral

IASW breaking Boundaries Award

Deirdre McKenna

Gasta

AISWR Gasta Award

Sandie Murphy

Gasta

AISWR Methodology Award

 

 

 

Laura Cullen

Gasta

Highly Commended (Gasta)

Anne Marie Shier

Gasta

Highly Commended (Breaking Boundaries)

Phil Butler

Orla

Highly Commended (Contribution to Practice)

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