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Cutting Poverty in Half in Ten Years
NASW attended a briefing in which the newly released report by the Half in Ten... 
Annals of Internal Medicine article highlights positive impact of social work intervention in pediatric primary care
The February 5th issue of Annals of Internal Medicine features an article that... 
The power of social work proven in South Carolina
The power of social work was proven in South Carolina as the NASW South Carolina... 

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Kadushin recalled as a social work giant
By Rena Malai, News staff NASW Social Work Pioneer® Alfred Kadushin was a giant in social work, said NASW-Wisconsin Executive Director Marc Herstand. Kadushin was soft-spoken and gentle, Herstand said, but his impact on the social work profession was — and continues to be — enormous. Kadushin Kadushin died on Feb. 5 at the age of 97. He was a Julia C. Lathrop Distinguished Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison... 
Wisconsin chapter works to amend ‘deadly force’ law
By Paul R. Pace, News staff The NASW Wisconsin Chapter is working to keep social workers and other human services staff safe from a law that allows homeowners to use deadly force in potential home invasions. Three social work students helped the NASW Wisconsin Chapter lobby state representatives for support of the Social Work Safety bill. From left are Andrew Selander; Wisconsin State Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay;... 
First-Time Violent Juvenile Offenders: Probation, Placement, and Recidivism
One of the concerns of social work is youth violence. Social workers seek to prevent and intervene in youth violence and in aggression in school settings. Learning how best to curb youth violence greatly benefits social workers in the field. Implied in the phrase “juvenile corrections” is the ideal of correcting the behavior of youth who commit offenses in the hopes that they will not recidivate. Unfortunately,... 
Medicare Part A and Part B Update for Social Workers
As of April 3, 2014, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is now able to process requests for Medicare Part A and Part B Special Enrollment Periods, and reductions in Part B and premium Part A late enrollment penalties for certain eligible people in same-sex marriages. This step, taken by the federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is in  response to the June 26, 2013 Supreme Court ruling in U.S.... 

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