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The June–July Issue of Social Work Advocates Is Out Now

In case you missed the June-July issue, here are some highlights. Top stories include: Election 2020: Voting Concerns Now Include COVID-19 As people navigate the voting landscape during primaries and local elections, while still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, NASW and other groups are working to overcome the challenges so everyone can vote. Artificial Intelligence: How Social Work ... Read More »

The December 2019 – January 2020 Issue of Social Work Advocates Magazine Covers Productive Aging

In case you missed it, here are some of the features in the December-January issue of Social Work Advocates. Top stories include: Aging in America: Staying Active and Involved is Key to Productive Aging Social work’s efforts to ensure that older Americans remain engaged can help those who are aging feel more vital and part of communities. This in turn can help ... Read More »

The October-November 2019 Social Work Advocates Magazine Features Criminal Justice Reform

In case you missed it, here are some of the features in the October-November issue of Social Work Advocates. Top stories include: A Broken System: Social Work Tackles Criminal Justice Reform Solitary confinement is just one of many issues the social work profession is tackling as part of criminal justice system reform. From changing the use of cash bail to working ... Read More »

NASW Credentials Highlighted in BusinessWeek Magazine

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 (C-ASWCM), and the baccalaureate ... Read More »