Research group Living and Wellbeing
Social professionals work in a complex and challenging professional practice. The Research group Living and Wellbeing contributes to the answers to important issues and dilemmas in the social domain, such as the impact of increasing diversity on professional practice and education, or the ethical dimension of social work and (youth) care and mixed housing.
Lines of research within the research group
Forensic best practices in the social relief and protected living sector
There is a need for an overview of best practices for the accompaniment and care for forensic clients in the social relief and protected living sector.
Our research team regularly cooperates with teachers from the Institute for Social Work, the Institute for Nursing Studies, the HU-wide ethics teachers department, as well as other research groups and institutes.
We work together with a wide range of collaborative partners from professional practice, science and education. These include: Armoedecoalitie Utrecht,Dock, De Tussenvoorziening, Kennisplatform Utrecht Sociaal, Platform 31, Woningcorporatie Portaal and Sherpa.