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Q&A NASW Sections Webinar Ethics & Private Practice Apr 4th, 2012
Questions below are from the NASW Specialty Practice Sections live webinar on ethics. NASW members can download the on demand audio recording or read the transcript by visiting the Sections page for details. CE credit is also available. help writing college essays Common Ethical Mistakes Made in Private Practice: A Focus on Areas Requiring Closer Attention for Even the Most Experienced Practitioners March 7, 2012 Q: Isn't... 
Restoring Hope: The Power of Social Work Practice Conference Oct 6th, 2011
NASW Specialty Practice Section Members and social workers in practice Save the Date for this upcoming conference hosted by NASW. Registration begins January buy cheap cialis online 2012. Restoring Hope: The Power of Social Work July 22-25, 2012 Marriott Wardman Park Hotel how to learn chinese language Washington, DC Don't Miss the Major Practice Online levitra Conference of 2012. Social work is the profession... 
Martin Luther King Day—National Day of Service Jan 18th, 2010
National Association of Social Workers Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service NASW Encourages Mental Health Providers to Give an Hour to Serve Veterans NASW joins the nation in honoring the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through a national day of service. In response to the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) conflicts, NASW encourages all licensed mental health providers... 
The Results Are In: These reports can help you understand your place on the professional social work spectrum Oct 26th, 2009
Find out where to take your career and how to get there!  The NASW Center for Workforce Studies has compiled survey results, indentified decision points, and classified the social work labor force to help you understand your place on the professional spectrum.  These reports are must haves for any social worker looking to equipt themselves for the current workforce demands. Your feedback is needed:  Share your experiences: ... 
(Part IV) NASW Executive Director Elizabeth Clark Leads Social Work Delegation to Egypt Oct 26th, 2009
Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH Our delegation was received today by the social work faculty of Helwan University. We were met by the Dean, Prof. Dr. Maher Abo Elmaate, and by the Vice Deans for Post Graduate Studies and Community Organization. Their faculty mission is “Preparing a high quality social worker able to apply the skills of dealing with social work systems and influencing them for making changes for... 
National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence Oct 21st, 2009
NASW was pleased to be a co-chair organization of the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, this past week. The Family Violence Prevention Fund hosted this fifth biennial conference, which addressed domestic violence and health. Domestic violence is often seen as a public health problem, and the role health care providers can play in preventing violence and helping victims... 
NASW Advocacy – News from the Hill Sept 2009 Oct 15th, 2009
Video: Can We Live up to the Social Work Legacy? Please take a moment to view a video NASW just recorded for you regarding the Dorothy I. Height and Whitney M. Young, Jr. Social Work Reinvestment Act (H.R. 795/ S.686. This legislation is a first step to address serious workforce challenges such as low salaries, high educational debt, and safety concerns and will determine the best course of action to strengthen... 
NASW Practice Alert: Advocating for Change in Home Health Care Sep 18th, 2009
Mirean Coleman, MSW, LICSW, CT September 2009 NASW would like to hear from clinical social workers and others who have encountered problems in providing mental health services to Medicare beneficiaries who are actively receiving home health care services under Medicare Part A. The association is also seeking information about the impact of situations in which Medicare beneficiaries receiving home care services were unable... 
Hot Topics from August Health & Social Work Journal Aug 28th, 2009
The August issue of Health & Social Work (Vol. 34, No. 3) covers a wide range of topics important to social work and social workers, with the “Viewpoint” feature article by Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (NH-1) on posttraumatic stress disorder. Below is a sampling of what’s inside the issue. Download the table of contents of the August Health & Social Work Journal here. • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Government... 
NASW Credentials Highlighted in BusinessWeek Magazine Aug 28th, 2009
BusinessWeek Magazine’s health care-themed August 17th issue includes an article on eldercare, titled “A Pro in Your Corner.” Focusing on the role and expertise of geriatric care managers among the vast network of caregivers, the article’s sidebar, “Decoding the Credentials,” specifically included NASW’s Case Management credentials. The master’s level Certified Advanced Social Worker in Case Management... 

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