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Tag Archives: CEUs

Need social work CEs? Visit for New Courses

New at the NASW Professional Education and Training Center – Research supports positive outcomes when using DBT particularly with clients who have symptoms of BPD. The Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Series includes of 3 separate courses, 1 of which qualifies for ethics credits. The courses are on-demand and remain available to you for 90 days with purchase. DBT Series: Ethics ... Read More »

Free NASW WebEd Course: An Advanced Course in Ethics and Malpractice Risk for Social Workers – 3 Credits

NASW has launched a new web education course for members titled . The new NASW WebEd course is free to members and offers 3.0 continuing education credits to social workers who complete and pass the test. NASW developed this course to take social workers beyond a basic understanding of the NASW Code of Ethics. This advanced course will identify steps ... Read More »

NASW SPS Webinar: Addressing the Health Concerns Affecting Rural and Underserved Communities

Addressing the Health Concerns Affecting Rural and Underserved Communities (1.0 Free CE Credit)—June 16, 2010 Social workers practicing in rural and underserved communities often see the affect that rising levels of chronic disease have on individuals and families. Learn about and get involved in community-level initiatives casino online to address the implications of poor health in these communities. Learn more ... Read More »

Managing Professional Grief Teleconference with Presenter Dr. Betsy Clark, NASW Exec. Dir.

Earn FREE CEUs with SPS Live Practice Teleconferences – Register Now! Managing Professional Grief Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:00-2:00 EST, 1 CEU offered Presenter: •  Elizabeth Clark,PhD, ACSW, MPH Moderator(s): •  Tracy Whitaker,DSW, ACSW Social workers understand the importance of maintaining good relationship books boundaries when dealing with client issues. Yet witnessing suffering in any form is difficult, and when a client ... Read More »

Social Workers Introduce Much Anticipated Baccalaureate Level Hospice Credential

For Immediate Release May 21, 2009 Contact: Amber Moore 202-336-8277 Credential designed for social workers who specialize in hospice and palliative care Washington, DC – The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has partnered with the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) to develop a baccalaureate level credential for social workers who specialize in hospice and palliative care. ... Read More »

NASW Hosts Annual Practice Conference on Aging in Las Vegas

For Immediate Release Washington, DC -To help social workers meet the unique needs of the aging population, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) will host its first annual practice conference in Las Vegas on March 15-16, 2009. The conference—titled “The Aging Boom: Is Your Clinical Practice Ready?”—will prepare social work private practitioners to better serve this growing demographic.  NASW ... Read More »

NASW Members: Lunchtime Series Teleconference on Community Organizing – 1 CEU

Community Organizing For A Change: Applying Community Practice Models, Strategies and Skills to Agency Competency Friday, January 23, 2009 – Register today: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 1 CEU(s) With a Community Organizer in the White House this teleconference will provide timely content on the various models of CO, and strategies and skills to increase effectiveness. ... Read More »

NASW Annual Practice Conference 2008

The Aging Boom: Is Your Clinical Practice Ready? In Conjunction with the ASA/NCOA Aging in America Conference March 15-16, 2009 – Las Vegas, Nevada Visit more information CLICK HERE TO REGISTER – Early Registration extended to February 20, 2009 KEYNOTE SPEAKER Sandra A. Lopez, LCSW, ACSW, DCSW Clinical Associate Professor University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work Key ... Read More »

2 CEUs Free – New NASW WebEd course launched today! Open to members and non-members

Achieving Cultural Competence to Reduce Health Disparities in End of Life Care WebEd Course! Now Available! Visit NASW created this course to provide social workers with an overview of differences and disparities in end of life care and how social workers can address these challenges. This course offers social workers an educational tool to use when providing services to ... Read More »

Helping Families Face the Early Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

Register Now and Listen to the Audio or Read the Transcipt Credit Hours: 1 cialis soft tavs CEU(s) Presenter: • Elizabeth Gould,MSW • Daniel Kuhn,MSW Moderator(s):</stron g> • Maria Jackson,MSW, MPA Inconsistent symptoms, uncertainty about the diagnosis, and a number of challenges to autonomy are distressing aspects of this growing personal and public health problem. This teleconference will describe how ... Read More »