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Teaching Care Homes : leading and facilitating cross-sector collaborations : A Care England Programme in partnership with the Foundation of Nursing Studies and the Burdett Trust for Nursing : application pack (2019)
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Johnson, K., Cleary, S., Hesk, G., & Nayak, S. (2019). Teaching Care Homes : leading and facilitating cross-sector collaborations : A Care England Programme in partnership with the Foundation of Nursing Studies and the Burdett Trust for Nursing : application pack

Background Information about the Programme During 2016/17, Care England, with funding from the Department of Health, co-ordinated an exciting pilot programme to explore and develop the concept of Teaching Care Homes i.e. centres of excellence in p... Read More about Teaching Care Homes : leading and facilitating cross-sector collaborations : A Care England Programme in partnership with the Foundation of Nursing Studies and the Burdett Trust for Nursing : application pack.

Listening to black students… a critical review of practice education (2018)
Book Chapter
Hesk, G., McCaughan, S., & Stanley, A. (2018). Listening to black students… a critical review of practice education. In S. Taplin (Ed.), Innovations in Practice Learning. St Albans, UK: Critical Publishing

In Higher Education Institutions we embrace the notion of having a diverse and international presence in our Universities, the University of Salford strives towards, ‘Aligning our offer to best support students to secure a place at the University and... Read More about Listening to black students… a critical review of practice education.

Gather in my name, my skin, my everything...('Gather in my name' : Maya Angelou 1974) (2017)
Journal Article
Hesk, G. (2017). Gather in my name, my skin, my everything...('Gather in my name' : Maya Angelou 1974). Qualitative Research Journal, 17(3), 188-201. https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-03-2017-0007

Purpose Based on a performance of a conversation between my white mother and myself – her mixed race black daughter – the purpose of this paper is to deconstruct the complexity of the intersection of migration, racism, sexism, disability, and class... Read More about Gather in my name, my skin, my everything...('Gather in my name' : Maya Angelou 1974).

Supporting Roma Voices (2016)
Report
Brown, P., Allen, D., Czureja, S., Dinu, L., Glowacki, S., Hesk, G., …Rostas, T. (2016). Supporting Roma Voices

The Supporting Roma Voice project has aimed to address emerging knowledge gaps in the way in which the inclusion of migrant Roma in the UK is being addressed. Specifically, research by Brown, Scullion and Martin (2013) identified a demand from p... Read More about Supporting Roma Voices.

Tackling the issue of FGM in Higher Education (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Shannon, M., & Hesk, G. (2016, November). Tackling the issue of FGM in Higher Education. Presented at Tackling The Issue of Female Genital Mutilation In Schools, Manchester

Supporting Roma Voice: a participatory research project. The 'lived experiences' of the Roma migrant community (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., & Brown, P. (2016, July). Supporting Roma Voice: a participatory research project. The 'lived experiences' of the Roma migrant community. Presented at Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference (JSWEC). Celebrating that which unifies us: Global and UK perspectives on generic social work education, research and practice, Salford, UK

This paper provided an overview of the findings from the research ‘Supporting Roma Voices’ and discussed some of the implications for policy and practice.

'It pushed me back into the human race' : evaluative findings from a community Christmas event (2016)
Journal Article
Collins, T., Kenney, C., & Hesk, G. (2016). 'It pushed me back into the human race' : evaluative findings from a community Christmas event. Health and Social Care in the Community, 25(5), 1601-1606. https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.12342

Many older people in Britain spend Christmas day alone. The Christmas period may be especially difficult for older people who are socially isolated, living with dementia or who have physical impairments, and may feel particularly marginalised at this... Read More about 'It pushed me back into the human race' : evaluative findings from a community Christmas event.

Re-igniting black feminist theory in social work education (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., & Shannon, M. (2015, July). Re-igniting black feminist theory in social work education. Presented at Social Work Education and Research Across Boundaries, The Open University, Milton Keynes

Social work programmes are intended to replicate the emancipation and liberation of marginalised groups in society. A crucial part of our role as educators, is to equip students with a range of tools in order to do their tasks well. Black Feminism ha... Read More about Re-igniting black feminist theory in social work education.

Our home our Salford : transgressing the borders of social work education subtitle : in our back yard (2015)
Book Chapter
Hesk, G., Syed, I., & Nkurunziza, W. (2015). Our home our Salford : transgressing the borders of social work education subtitle : in our back yard. In M. Hill, A. Hudson, S. Mckendry, N. Raven, D. Saunders (OBE), J. Storan, & T. Ward (Eds.), Collaborate to Widen Participation: to, through and Beyond Higher Education (153-166). Forum for Access and Continuing Education (FACE)

Founded on the emancipatory initiative ‘In our back yard’ which directly confronted ‘Not in our back yard’ attitudes and practice,s. Our Home Our Salford positioned community activism within the University of Salford, which effectively redirected t... Read More about Our home our Salford : transgressing the borders of social work education subtitle : in our back yard.

Our home our Salford: Transgressing the borders of social work education (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., Nkurunziza, W., & Syed, I. (2014, July). Our home our Salford: Transgressing the borders of social work education. Presented at Social Work Making Connections, Royal Holloway, University of London

Founded on the emancipatory initiative ‘In Our back Yard’ that directly confronted ‘Not in Our back Yard’ attitudes and practices and positioned community activist within the University of Salford which effectively redirected the centrifugal forces o... Read More about Our home our Salford: Transgressing the borders of social work education.

Inter-professional education : working together to dispel the myths about teaching care homes in health and social care provision
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., Johnson, K., & Cleary, S. Inter-professional education : working together to dispel the myths about teaching care homes in health and social care provision. Poster presented at Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference 2019 : Human Relationships and Wellbeing in Social Work, Chancellors Hotel, Manchester

The World Health Organization (WHO, 2010) recognises Interprofessional Education (IPE) as a central component in strengthening health systems, responding to the increasing complexity within the health and social care sector.’ (Stephens and Ormandy, 2... Read More about Inter-professional education : working together to dispel the myths about teaching care homes in health and social care provision.

Gather in my name abstract submission for FEMIGRA Conference 9-11 February 2012 University of Barcelona (UAB)
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., & Osuji, J. Gather in my name abstract submission for FEMIGRA Conference 9-11 February 2012 University of Barcelona (UAB). Presented at Femigra Conference 2012, Barcelona Spain

This performance of a conversation between my white mother and myself - her mixed race black daughter, will deconstruct the complexity of the intersection of migration, racism, sexism, disability and class within the space and place of the dynamics o... Read More about Gather in my name abstract submission for FEMIGRA Conference 9-11 February 2012 University of Barcelona (UAB).

Our home our Salford conference (organiser): community education on the health and wellbeing of refugees and migrants
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community education on the health and wellbeing of refugees and migrants. Lady Hale Building, University of Salford

A conference to inform local communities on the issues and problems faced by refugees and migrants in Salford. The ethnic diversity of Salford has changed significantly in recent years. This conference will provide information on the changing face... Read More about Our home our Salford conference (organiser): community education on the health and wellbeing of refugees and migrants.

Hidden issues affecting young people: Our home, our Salford conference (2014) (Conference Organiser) directorate of social work University of Salford
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directorate of social work University of Salford. The University of Salford Peel Hall, Peel Building

University hosting Refugee Week event Thursday 5 June 2014 Honour-based violence, forced marriage and female genital mutilation are among the topics that will come under discussion at a free event hosted by the University of Salford during Refug... Read More about Hidden issues affecting young people: Our home, our Salford conference (2014) (Conference Organiser) directorate of social work University of Salford.

Measuring research output: productivity of social work academics
Presentation / Conference
Shardlow, S., Foley, M., Hesk, G., & McCaughan, S. Measuring research output: productivity of social work academics. Presented at UK Joint Social Work Education Conference with the UK Social Work Research Conference (JSWEC), "Social work education and research across boundaries", The Open University, Milton Keynes

Shardlow, Steven M, Foley, Marian, Hesk, Gabi, & McCaughan, Su. (2015). Paper presented at the Track: Papers In many countries, indicators used to measure research performance of academic staff have become an increasingly common element of un... Read More about Measuring research output: productivity of social work academics.

Innovative collaboration : with students, lecturers and the community
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., & Chandra, C. Innovative collaboration : with students, lecturers and the community. Presented at Annual Health and Social Care Conference 2016:Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Health and Social Care, 200 St Vincent Street, Glasgow

We believe that community activism and citizen partnership are integral to social work education and actually impact on the 'accessibility' and 'image' of social work today. The reproduction of activism in practice delivered by our dynamic students i... Read More about Innovative collaboration : with students, lecturers and the community.

Collaboration project to embed skills for employability
Presentation / Conference
Hesk, G., Stanley, A., Coleman, A., McCaughan, S., Shahin, M., Davies, C., …Moses, P. Collaboration project to embed skills for employability. Presented at Annual Health and Social Care Conference 2016 Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Health and Social Care, 200 St Vincent Street, Glasgow

By listening to the voices of employers and students, a unique collaboration between The Social Work Directorate at the University of Salford, and Social Care Network Solutions Ltd (SCN) aims to address skill development needed to enhance employabili... Read More about Collaboration project to embed skills for employability.