Social Work

CASE Social Work

The Social Work academic group is committed to education and practice which are informed by critical insights into structural inequalities and inequities and which contribute at both individual and collective levels to a socially just and sustainable society.

Our staff and students seek to achieve this through high quality teaching and research, critical scholarship and active community service. In doing so, the group acknowledges the traditional owners of Australia, values diversity and recognises the international context of practice.

Recent Social Work publications

Mensinga, Jo (2017) 'No coughing for me, but I'm okay!’: a human service worker's narrative exploration of her own and other workers' body stories told in a domestic violence service. Children Australia, 42 (2). pp. 87-92.
Croker, Felicity, Carrington, Ann, Baker, S., Shield, Wiiliam, Burmeister, Casey, and Chan, Winson (2017) Recognising and responding to domestic violence: exploring the role of student dentists. In: 14th National Rural Health Alliance Conference, pp. 1-2. From: 14th National Rural Health Conference, 26-29 April 2017, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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