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GLobal LGBT Equity is a Social Justice Issue Mar 1st, 2014
The National Association of Social Workers has a strong position against discrimination of persons based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.  Criminalizing relationships based on one’s sexual orientation or gender identity violates fundamental human rights, limits one’s ability to fully engage in their community and society, and hinders effective public health responses to HIV and AIDS.     President... 
Join Us Network with 2,000 Colleagues Feb 18th, 2014
Network with 2,000 colleagues Take advantage of early bird registration Connect with experts in the field Be inspired and gain new skills at innovative workshops Hear from nationally recognized experts in ethical practice and evidence-based practice Earn up to 25 CEUs LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Join us at the National Association of Social Workers 2014 National Conference. This conference will focus on the essential role... 
Last Chance 2014 NASW Conference Call for Proposals Jan 29th, 2014
Last Chance NASW 2014 Conference Call for Proposals Reminder to be considered, session proposals must be received online by 11:59pm EST on January 31, 2014. Due to space limitations, not all deserving proposals can be accommodated. Reviewers will prioritize proposals based on a balanced program as well as the listed review criteria. You will be notified via email regarding your proposal decision by March 2014. Proposal... 
World AIDS Day – December 1st Dec 1st, 2013
The message for World AIDS Day 2013 is “Shared Responsibility: Strengthening Results for an AIDS-Free Generation”.  World AIDS Day is about increasing awareness, fighting stigma and discrimination, improving education, and advocating for access to care, treatment, and support. For social workers worldwide – World AIDS Day provides the opportunity to engage others in a critical global health issue.  Across... 
Educational Personnel as Reporters of Suspected Child Maltreatment Aug 21st, 2013
Over 3 million referrals for suspected child abuse or neglect were made to Child Protective Services (CPS) in the US in 2009. Reports of suspicion of child maltreatment are more likely to come from educational personnel than from any other professional or non-professional reporting source. However, research consistently raises concerns as to the quantity and quality of reports by this important community resource. In... 
Social Security Administration Issues New Rules on Gender Designation Jul 2nd, 2013
In late June, the Social Security Administration (SSA) published new rules that make it easier for the estimated 700,000 transgender Americans to update their Social Security records to reflect their gender designation. Under the new rules, a transgender person can change their gender on their Social Security records in one of two ways: either by submitting government-issued documentation reflecting a change or by submitting... 
Health Insurance Marketplace Training Webinars Available Jun 14th, 2013
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will be hosting webinars on the health insurance marketplace (formally called the exchange) throughout June and July.  Health Insurance Marketplaces will be open in every state on January 1, 2014. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this very important feature of the Affordable Care Act. These training webinars are broken into... 
May is Hepatitis Awareness Month May 18th, 2013
Because HIV, HCV, and HBV are all blood-borne infections transmitted through similar patterns of behavior, co-infection is an important emerging  public health issue. About 3 million adults in the United States are infected with Hepatitis C, most of which are baby boomers. However, between 65-75% of those infected with Hepatitis C are unaware of their infection, and lack of medical care can result in significant liver... 
Global Violence Prevention – Contagion of Violence Workshop Jan 8th, 2013
The Forum on Global Violence Prevention of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies convened a two-day public workshop that looked at the contagious nature of violence, the relationship between the contagion of violence and epidemics of violence, and how contagions of violence can be prevented or ended. Held in April 2012, the workshop summary is now available online. Presentations included research showing... 
Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Webinar Scheduled for November 9th Nov 5th, 2012
Interested in becoming a Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteer? A Red Cross Foundations of Disaster Mental Health (FDMH) Webinar has been scheduled for Friday, November 9, 2012;  2:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00). Topic: Foundations of Disaster Mental Health To Register: Go to https://americanredcross.webex.com enter the session number and click “Join” to register.  Once you are... 

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