Gloria Kirwan
Gloria Kirwan
Maynooth University; Trinity College Dublin
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The “key” to successful transitions for young people leaving residential child care: The role of the keyworker
S Holt, G Kirwan
Child Care in Practice 18 (4), 371-392, 2012
302012
Keyworking in residential child care: Lessons from research
O Cahill, S Holt, G Kirwan
Children and Youth Services Review 65, 216-223, 2016
232016
Mothers Alone?: A Study of Women who Gave Birth Outside Marriage, Ireland 1983
A O'Hare, M Dromey, A O'Connor, M Clarke, G Kirwan
Federation of Services for Unmarried Parents and, 1988
23*1988
Taking Care: Criticality and Reflexivity in the Context of Social Work Registration
G Kirwan, B Melaugh
British Journal of Social Work 45 (3), 1050 -1059, 2015
182015
Digital natives or digitally naïve? E-professionalism and ethical dilemmas among newly graduated teachers and social workers in Ireland
G Kirwan, C Mc Guckin
Journal of Technology in Human Services 32 (1-2), 119-132, 2014
162014
Mental health social work in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: challenges and opportunities for developing practice
G Wilson, G Kirwan
European Journal of Social Work 10 (2), 175-191, 2007
122007
Professional Reputation and Identity in the Online World
G Kirwan, C Mc Guckin
International Review of Information Ethics 19 (July 2013), 47- 55, 2013
92013
Addressing barriers to healthcare access for Roma: A community development approach
G Kirwan, D Jacob,
Administration 64 (2), 157-177, 2016
72016
Group Work Interventions for Women and Children Experiencing Domestic Violence: Do they work and do they last?
S Holt, G Kirwan, J Ngo
Groupwork 25 (1), 8-33, 2015
72015
Relationship-based social work and electronic communication technologies: anticipation, adaptation and achievement
J Byrne, G Kirwan
Journal of Social Work Practice 33 (2), 217-232, 2019
62019
Social Media, E-professionalism and Netiquette in Social Work
G Kirwan
Irish Social Worker, 9-12, 2012
62012
Social media, e-professionalism and netiquette in social work
G Kirwan
The Irish Social Worker, 9-12, 2012
62012
The Tallaght Roma Integration Project: Working for Inclusion in Health Care through a Community Development Model
D JACOB, G KIRWAN
Tallaght Roma Integration Project, 2016
52016
The Tallaght Roma Integration Project: Working for Inclusion in Health Care through a Community Development Model
D Jacob, G Kirwan
http://www.tara.tcd.ie/handle/2262/75826, 2016
52016
Social Media Surveillance in Social Work: Practice Realities and Ethical Implications
J Byrne, G Kirwan, C Mc Guckin
Journal of Technology in Human Services 37 (2-3), 142-158, 2019
32019
networked relationships in the digital age–messages for social work
G Kirwan
Journal of Social Work Practice 33 (2), 123-126, 2019
32019
‘Who do I turn to if something really bad happens?’Key working and relationship-based practice in residential child care
M Swan, S Holt, G Kirwan
Journal of Social Work Practice 32 (4), 447-461, 2018
32018
Responding to Domestic Violence: Emerging Challenges for Policy, Practice and Research in Europe
J Goodey, P McCormack, Z Ocenasova, H Smitkova, C Houghton, ...
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017
32017
Mental Health Service Users' Narratives of Participation: Consensus, Dissensus and Paradox
G Kirwan
Trinity College Dublin, 2017
32017
International Reflections on Approaches to Mental Health Social Work
M Golightley, G Kirwan
Routledge, 2017
32017
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