School of Social and Political Science

Sarah Rose

Job Title

Teaching Fellow in Social Work

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City (Address)

Edinburgh

Country (Address)

UK

Research interests

Research interests

Emotional resilience, well-being, social workers, adult services, organisational culture

Background

Having completed my Master of Social Work degree at the University of Edinburgh in 2002, I worked as a social worker in local authority adult services including a specialised learning disabilities team. In 2015, I left direct social work practice to complete the MSc programme in Social Research and subsequently embarked on a PhD in Social Work, both at the University of Edinburgh. My ongoing PhD research focuses on the emotional resilience of social workers within adult services. My supervisors are: Dr. George Palattiyil, Dr. Jackie Gulland and Dr. Pearse McCusker.

I am currently a Teaching Fellow in Social Work.  

Publications:

Rose, S. & Palattiyil, G. (2020) Surviving or thriving? Enhancing the emotional resilience of social workers in their organisational settings. Journal of Social Work, 20(1), pp.23–42.

Rose, S. (2021) Creating a culture of resilience for social workers. Insight 58. IRISS. Creating a culture of resilience for social workers | Iriss

 

 

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