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In honor of Veterans Day, please consider joining Give an Hour Nov 12th, 2009
Give an Hour is a national nonprofit organization providing free counseling and other mental health services to members of the military, veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, and their loved ones.  Join the more than 4,500 mental health professionals who have already donated nearly 20,000 hours to make a difference in the lives of those who serve our country by donating an hour a week out of your practice. Visit www.giveanhour.org... 
Best Practices and Lessons Learned: Shaping National Health Care Reform Oct 19th, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 0 CEU(s) Click Here to Register Now! Kyrsten Sinema, MSW, JD is Arizona’s Assistant House Democratic Leader. She will discuss how lessons learned in Arizona apply to health reform nationally. Sinema is one of 32 state legislators nationwide — the only state lawmaker from Arizona — selected for President Obama’s White House Health Reform Task... 
NASW Member Named to National Advisory Council on Aging Oct 1st, 2009
A major responsibility for the council is to review and make recommendations regarding grant applications. By Paul R. Pace, NASW News Staff – Vol. 54, No. 9, October 2009 NASW member W. June Simmons, CEO of the Partners in Care Foundation, has been appointed to the National Advisory Council on Aging. The council is among... 
Help NASW Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month: Submit your profile Sep 9th, 2009
Hispanic Heritage Month 2009 Celebration September 15 – October 15, 2009 You are cordially invited to help the National Association of Social Workers celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2009. Last year we reached out to Hispanic social workers and asked them to tell us why they chose the social work profession and what they felt were the most pressing issues in the Hispanic community.Their responses were published... 
FTC Deadline Postponed: Red Flags Identity Theft Rule Jul 31st, 2009
The FTC has announced that enforcement of the new Red Flags Identity Theft Rule, scheduled to become effective August 1, 2009, has been delayed until November 1, 2009 to give the agency additional time to develop guidance for small businesses.  Health care practitioners are subject to the new requirements.  For more information see http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/07/redflag.shtm and https://www.socialworkers.org/ldf/legal_issue/2009/200906.asp  Read More →
Social Workers in the News: Arizona State Legislature Representative and Social Worker Kyrsten Sinema Jul 17th, 2009
Video of Arizona State Legislature Representative and Social Worker Kyrsten Sinema talking about her new book with local media. Kyrsten Sinema serves as the Assistant Leader to the Democratic Caucus in the House of Representatives and represents central Phoenix in the Arizona Legislature. Now in her third term, she is the ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee and the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary... 
Gay Pride Month Celebration on HelpStartsHere.org Jun 5th, 2009
To honor Gay Pride Month we asked Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) social workers to tell us why they chose social work as their profession and to describe the unique challenges facing their community. Annmarie K. Agosta, MSW, LCSW, LMSW, East Brunswick, New Jersey Patti Aldredge, MSSW, PhD, New York New York Gary Bailey, MSW, ACSW, Boston, Massachusetts Bruce M. Beckwith, MSW, LCSW, New York,... 
NASW Social Work Journal – A Special Issue on Racial & Ethnic Minorities Jun 4th, 2009
NASW Social Work Journal – A Special Issue on Racial & Ethnic Minorities will be available for July 2009. NASW Press has not published a special issue on racial and ethnic minorities since 1982(Vol. 27, No.1). Since that issue, the theoretical knowledge base undergirding social work practice with racial and ethnic minorities has both expanded and diversified. For information about an online subscription or a... 
NASW Hosts Annual Practice Conference on Aging in Las Vegas Mar 12th, 2009
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 partnered... 
Urgent Input Needed for New Care Transitions Measures Mar 12th, 2009
NASW strongly encourages members who work in health care settings to take the opportunity to comment on care transitions measures which are being considered for use in transitions of care during discharges of patients from inpatient settings and Emergency Departments.  The American Medical Association/Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement (AMA/PCPI) has released for public comment a Care Transitions Performance... 

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