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Peaceful Solutions: Collaborative divorce promotes civility
By Paul R. Pace, News staff Julie Cronin was a teenager when she witnessed her parents’ anger and mistreatment of each other while divorcing. The Maryland mother of two young girls feared a similar path would take place when her own marriage broke down — until she heard about collaborative divorce. Instead of attorneys battling out the couple’s disputes in court, Cronin and her husband chose to work with a collaborative... 
NASW co-hosts enhancing diversity in science workshop
NASW’s Social Work Policy Institute represented the association in co-hosting a workshop on enhancing diversity in science during the 4th International Conference on Sociology and Social Work in May. SWPI Director Joan Levy Zlotnik presented “Enhancing Diversity in Science: An Effort in Working Across Social and Behavioral Science Disciplines.” Zlotnik explained the history of targeted initiatives to strengthen... 
Research supports social work’s important role in aiding brain injury victims
A research study finds that a 20-minute conversation with a social worker has the potential to significantly reduce the functional decline of those diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury, according to a news article posted on the University of Washington website. The research was published in the April issue of Brain Injury. Megan Moore, assistant professor at UW’s School of Social Work, trains social workers... 
Police shootings demonstrate need for social workers to press for reforms
A man wears buttons in support of Michael Brown while visiting the site where he died. Photo by Charles Riedel, Associated Press. Recent, highly publicized cases of police using deadly force against people of color, including the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. on Aug. 9,  underscore the need for the social work profession to call for reforms in the nation’s law enforcement systems. This issue is... 

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