Welcome to the mhhehub Joe. It's great that you have joined. If you have not already done so, please add yourself to the member map which we are hoping will support more face-to-face networking and collaboration between people who are based in the same area. We hope that you will find the hub helpful and would be interested to strengthen our links with BASW. Any queries or suggestions, do get in touch with Bill Penson or myself.
Hi Joe. Was chatting with Manisha Mahendra Patel today - particularly about how we might engage more students with the mhhehub; and about the benefits of an interdisciplinary forum such as this for them. She suggested that there are people in the learning and development and mental health groups within BASW who might be interested in some discussion about links. Just wondering if you have any thoughts re how our activity here on the mhhehub might link with BASW? Do please let me know if so. Jill
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