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Nov 8, 2012

Key Capabilities and students as leaders in multidisciplinary contexts. Professor Brigid Daniel's keynote address to the 2012 SCOPT (Scottish Organisation for Practice Teaching) annual conference offered a positive and optimistic view of social work as new entrants bring fresh perspectives. Students, in general, are curious and not afraid to ask questions, keen to read the evidence and apply it in practice. In short, they are well adapted for multidisciplinary working and leadership roles. She senses the pendulum swinging away from risk aversion and raises the question of how we equip students to become creative, autonomous professionals, capable of taking risks without the fear of being 'hung out to dry'.

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