Community Care survey aims to counter The Sun

May 2009
Community Care;5/7/2009, Issue 1769, p6
The article presents information on a survey of social workers conducted by the magazine " Community Care," mirroring a poll by "The Sun" newspaper that asks its readers about the future of the profession. The magazine is asking social workers to complete it online at www.communitycare.co.uk/SUNsurvey. The magazine will send its survey results to "The Sun" and to the Social Work Taskforce to emphasise social workers' views and concerns over the original The Sun survey.


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