Roslyn Giles AM

Honorary Senior Lecturer in social work

Email:

Phone: +61 2 9351 6888

Fax: +61 2 9351 3783

Building.Room: A35.727

Research interests

Social work and social policy

  • Social work in health care
  • Knowledge building in social work practice and education


Professional biography

After a long career in direct social work practice and social work service management I am now applying this rich experience to social work education and research.



Professional and community roles

  • Member of Australian Social Work Review Panel

  • AASW Social Work program accreditor 

  • Social Work Health Inequalities Network member

  • Chair Academic Board Australian Institute of Relationship Studies

  • Teacher Supervison in Professional Practice



Current projects

  • Clinical Priorities in Social Work Health Practice
  • Authentic Assessment ALTC feuded inter university research about assessment in practice learning


Selected publications

Books

  • Giles R., Vertigan A. & Epstein I. . (2011). Clinical Data Mining in Allied Health. (1st ed.), Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Giles R., Irwin J., Lynch D. & Waugh F. (2010). In the Field: From Learning to Practice. (1st ed.), Melbourne: Oxford University.
  • Pockett, R, Giles, R. (2008). Critical Reflection: Generating theory from practice. The graduating social work student experience. Sydney: Darlington Press.

Journal articles

  • Roslyn Giles. (2009). Developing a Health Equality Imagination: Hospital practice challenges for health social work practice. International Social Work, 52, 525–537.
  • Roslyn Giles, Susan Gould, Chris Hart & Jennifer Swancot . (2007). Clinical Priorities: Strengthening Social Work Practice in Health. Australian Social Work, 60(2), 147–165.

Conference papers

  • Giles R., Small A., Irwin J., Lynch D. & Waugh F. . (2009). Learning about Transformational Learning in Social Work Field Education: Mapping the Theory and Applying the process. In . Auckland NZ, November 2009.
  • Giles R., Small A., Irwin J., Lynch D. & Waugh F. (2008). Innovative Pedagogical Strategies: Developing a Community of Learners in Field Education Practice. In . Durban Sth Africa, July 2008.