New Professional Writing for Social Workers book.

SLAS advisor Louise Frith and Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Ruben Martin have published their book: Professional Writing for Social Workers.

Communicating in writing is a highly valued skill which is central to the fabric of social work practice. This book is an indispensable manual for all social work students, newly qualified social workers and experienced professionals who want a practical guide to improving their writing.

Endorsements for the book include:
‘I am pleased to endorse this very important book for aspiring social workers and qualified social workers.’
Dame Lorna Boreland-Kelly, Chief Executive & Managing Partner, Bokell Associates Ltd, Magistrate, and recognized leader in the field of workforce development

‘Writing well matters! Frith and Martin provide a solid rationale for professional writing and take the reader from technical aspects of writing to specific types of professional writing. This book is not a “once read” text for students or social workers, but rather a resource to keep within one’s reach!’
Barbra Teater, Associate Professor, College of Staten Island, City University of New York, America

‘Professional writing is an essential part of a social worker’s repertoire – I highly recommend it.’
Joyce Lishman, Emeritus Professor, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK

‘Frith and Martin have developed an easy-to-read guide for newly qualified (and long qualified) social workers to use in a very practical way. The book covers all areas of writing in a professional context.’
Victoria Hart, Mental Health Social Worker, UK

The book signing is at the Community Care Live Annual Conference in London Design Centre on 3 November 2015.