Editorial

Prof S Green

Abstract


Thorough, topical academic research constantly generates a sound evidence base for social work teaching and learning, practice and policy development. The articles in this issue of Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk do just that. They cover a wide range of research: opportunities for HIV-infected researchers to engage in HIV-related research; authentic teaching and learning of students; effects of policies; needs of caregivers; and social problems presented by adolescents.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15270/55-1-700

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ISSN 2312-7198  (online) ; ISSN 0037-8054 (print)


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