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Introduction: Reflecting critically on successful field educationFiona Gardner, Jacqui Theobald, Natasha Long and Helen HicksonPART 1: CREATING SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL WORK PLACEMENTS: SETTING THE SCENE1. Key frameworks: Understanding how to make your placement workFiona Gardner, Jacqui Theobald, Natasha Long and Helen Hickson2. Understanding the broader picture Natasha Long and Jacqui TheobaldPART 2: GETTING STARTED: CLARIFYING ROLES AND EXPECTATIONS3. Working together and external supervisionInes Zuchowski4. Collaborating in complex organisationsLynne Allan5. Working together and task supervisionAnne Fahey6. Valuing individual and group supervisionJill HanlonPART 3: NAVIGATING CHALLENGES DURING PLACEMENT7. Generating placement opportunities: A student's perspective*Rebecca Say8. What happens when things go wrong?Tim Adam9. Building on challenges to create opportunitiesHelen HicksonPART 4: STEPPING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE10. Providing effective external supervision using technologyLisa Derham11. A framework for engaging in complex placements overseas or at home*Annie Townsend12. Learnings from an international placement*Kate MacAulay13. Supporting diversity and finding congruity in social work field educationRoslyn Giles and Rosalie PockettPART 5: ACTIVELY ENGAGING WITH DIVERSITY14. We're not all the same: Managing placement*Moses Paul and Fiona Gardner15. First Nation Australian social work placements: Principles and processesMishel McMahonPART 6: MANAGING TRANSITIONS: FINISHING YOUR PLACEMENT16. What an experience! What happens next?Helen Hickson and Natasha Long17. Conclusion: Key learning for creating successful placementsFiona Gardner, Jacqui Theobald, Natasha Long and Helen Hickson*Student focused chapters

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Fiona Gardner is the Discipline Lead of Social Work and Social Policy at La Trobe Rural Health School, La Trobe University. Jacqui Theobald is a Lecturer of Social Work and Social Policy at La Trobe Rural Health School, La Trobe University. Natasha Long is a Social Work Field Education Coordinator/Lecturer of Social Work and Social Policy at La Trobe Rural Health School, La Trobe University. Helen Hickson is an Adjunct Lecturer of Social Work and Social Policy at La Trobe Rural Health School, La Trobe University.

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