The UWE Hub Group
What is the UWE Hub Group?
To learn more about the work of the UWE Bristol Social Work HUB Group and to hear directly from members please watch the videos included below. Our co-research team members Karon, Jackie, Patricia and Sheena are all members of the UWE Bristol Social Work HUB group.
Film 1 - Public Involvement in Social Work – why it matters
Service users and carers joined the Hub group to share their expertise from lived experience with social work students. This film explains why public involvement in the programme matters to them.
Film 2 - 'What and How?'
Film 2 explains what Hub group members contribute to the social work programme including teaching, admissions, drop-in for students, curriculum design and validation. Beyond the programme members also contribute to conferences, networks and newsletters.
Film 3 - 'Supported learning and trailblazing!'
This film shows how the Hub group model and promote supported learning and are supported by the university. It also shows how their contribution trailblazes innovation into to future practice.
Contributions to the Disability Rights and Robotics Project by members of the HUB Group are supported by the UWE Faculty of Environment and Technology (FET) Enterprise Funding
The Social Science in the City Disability Rights and Robotics: Co-Producing Futures Event for Disability History Month on the 10th December 2020 was co-designed and co-produced by our entire team and included the work of our co-researchers Karon, Patricia, Jackie and Sheena from the HUB Group, their time has been funded by the FET Enterprise Funding.