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Sections Surviving Income Instability Webinar and Reducing Youth Suicide Webinar

Exclusively for Specialty Practice Section Members mastercard casinos October and November Webinars Developing Multiple Income Streams: Strategies for Weathering the Ebb and Flow of Private Practice Income Date:Thursday, October 10, 2013 Time:1 – 2 pm (ET) Many social workers in private practice who rely solely on income zithromax tripack if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link83″).style.display=”none”;} from direct clinical hours may find themselves in ... Read More »

NASW Sections Ethics Webinar

NASW Sections Ethics Webinar home remedy for genital herpes Ethical and Legal Challenges in Social Work–Consistency and Conflict Tuesday, March 26, 2013 Exclusively for NASW Section Members 1 :00 PM – 3:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 2 CEU(s) Presenter: • Frederic Reamer, PhD Moderator(s): • Dawn Hobdy, MSW, LICSW Social workers frequently encounter circumstances involving ethical and legal issues. In ... Read More »

NASW Congratulates Senator Barbara Mikulski on Top Appropriations Seat

Senator and Social Worker Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) has been named Chair of the Committee on Appropriations. She follows after Senator Daniel K. Inouye (D-HI) who died in December. Senator Mikulski will be the first woman to hold this powerful position, which reflects the growing representation of women on Capitol Hill. The Senate Committee on Appropriations is a standing committee which ... Read More »

NASW’s Workforce Center offers new online career guide

By Rena Malai, News staff NASW’s Center for Workforce Studies & Social Work Practice is introducing a series of guides for social workers called Tools and Techniques, which offers members an online resource on what to expect throughout the course of their careers in terms of compensation, job duties and education requirements. “Tools and Techniques is a more hands-on approach, ... Read More »

NASW Celebrates Rep. Towns’ Decades of Congressional and Professional Service

Congressman Edolphus Towns (NY-10) has been an unwavering advocate for the profession of social work throughout his 15-term tenure in the United States House of Representatives and NASW celebrates his lifelong career of service to others. Congressman Towns, as a professional social worker with an MSW from Adelphi University, has devoted his life to addressing issues of inequality and social ... Read More »

Equal Pay for Equal Work: Much More than a Nuisance

April 17 is Equal Pay Day. That date marks the amount of time women must work each year before their pay catches up with men’s compensation for the same job. The signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Act in 2009 helped, as that legislation provided victims of discrimination a broader timeframe in which to seek legal remedies. However, it did not ... Read More »

Join the Administration on Aging for a Webinar Series on Social Media as a Retirement Tool

Webinar Series on Social Media:  A Retirement Tool for the 21st Century In recent years, social media has added new dimensions to the resource tools available for retirement planning and ways to protect assets once in retirement.  To shed light on how social media can be incorporated in developing a sustainable retirement plan, the Administration on Aging (AoA) and the ... Read More »

Political Activism: A Civic and Ethical Responsibility

The recent anniversary of our country’s independence reminds us that as Americans we have certain duties that we owe to our country.  Most particularly, citizens have a responsibility to be involved in the political process through voting and can participate in various other forms of activism, such as campaigning, contacting Members of Congress, and joining political organizations. Social workers have ... Read More »

NASW Members: We Need Your Help! You are Invited to Become a Part of the Encyclopedia of Social Work Community

NASW is pleased to announce that NASW Press with its publishing partner, Oxford University Press, is in the process of updating the Encyclopedia of Social Work, 20th edition—the definitive social work resource and an essential tool for all who study, teach, or practice social work. The Encyclopedia covers over 400 topics in four volumes, yet—because of the incredible work that ... Read More »

How Do Social Workers Cope with Sadness?

This month, NASW Executive Director, Betsy Clark, focused her NASW News column on “The Challenge of Sadness in Social Work.” Dr. Clark discusses the turmoil, tragedy, and unrest in the world including wars, earthquakes, and tsunamis. She notes that every significant world event is accompanied by indelible images, some of which are horrific and forever etched in our memories such ... Read More »