The page shows the background, main challenge, insights selected and the design concept of this research project.
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The page shows the details of the toolkit.
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This research project is an attempt to improve the well-being of social workers from the perspective of social innovation. The whole project has gone through 12 weeks. Design thinking has been applied to the design process, a variety of design methods and tools have been tried to use each problem research and idea production process. From the initial search for the reasons behind social work phenomena to the specific stakeholder interviews to gain insights, and then to try to design from the perspective of design innovation can act on the actual minimum value output, and finally to improve the well-being of social workers.
Acknowledgements: Thanks to all the social workers who have been fighting on the front line during the epidemic, and thanks for the time, energy, and even lives to make this society better. I would like to thank my supervisor Kaitlyn Debiasse, who always supports, care about my project, and gave me lots of suggestions and guidance as well as the contacts. I would like to thank Sarah Rose, Catherine Brannan, Alistair and Lyz, who gives me tones of support during the process of my research project and help me more understand the social work industry. Thanks to the tutors, Jonathan Baldwin, Iain Reid, Mafalda Moreira, Emma Murphy who helped me and gave me support and valuable suggestions during the project. Thanks to my classmates, including Zain Ail, YuXuan Lou, Jie Zeng, and Hannah, Li Wang, YuHin Chan, Struan Fraser, who help me conduct the research activities and work feedback.