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Wisconsin chapter works to amend ‘deadly force’ law Apr 14th, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff The NASW Wisconsin Chapter is working to keep social workers and other human services staff safe from a law that allows homeowners to use deadly force in potential home invasions. Three social work students helped the NASW Wisconsin Chapter lobby state representatives for support of the Social Work Safety bill. From left are Andrew Selander; Wisconsin State Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay; Becca... 
Free NASW-CSWE Webinar: Social Work Practice in Integrated Care Settings Apr 10th, 2014
Photo courtesy of the Department of Health and Human Services. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is altering the delivery of behavioral health services, moving toward a model of behavioral health integration in primary care settings. Learn about this rapidly changing practice area from Suzanne Daub, LCSW, an NASW member and Senior Integrated Health Consultant for the National Council for Behavioral... 
Comment Period on NASW Policy Statements Open Until April 14, 2014
Comment Period on NASW Policy Statements Open Until April 14, 2014 Mar 20th, 2014
The second round of Social Work Speaks policies are now available for comment until April 14, 2014. NASW Members may login and post comments about these policies here: www.socialworkers.org/dacommentspollprod/default.asp?CatID=1 These include 11 policies that are automatically referred to the 2014 Delegate Assembly: Affirmative Action Child Abuse and Neglect Child Welfare Workforce (renamed from Public Child Welfare) Electoral... 
Former NASW leader was active in War on Poverty initiative Mar 11th, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff January marked the 50th anniversary of the “War on Poverty,” declared by President Lyndon Johnson. Battle The late Mark Battle, who led NASW as executive director from 1984 to 1992, played a pivotal role when federal initiatives to address the needs of the underprivileged were enacted. Battle was working as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Labor when the Economic Opportunity Act... 
Join Us Network with 2,000 Colleagues Feb 18th, 2014
Network with 2,000 colleagues Take advantage of early bird registration Connect with experts in the field Be inspired and gain new skills at innovative workshops Hear from nationally recognized experts in ethical practice and evidence-based practice Earn up to 25 CEUs LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Join us at the National Association of Social Workers 2014 National Conference. This conference will focus on the essential role... 
SWPI symposium focuses on racial equity Feb 11th, 2014
By Rena Malai, News staff NASW’s Social Work Policy Institute convened a two-day national think tank called “Achieving Racial Equity: Calling the Social Work Profession to Action” at the NASW national office in November. NASW-NYC Chapter President-elect Sandra Bernabei, right, talks during the symposium with social worker Kerron Norman, vice president of community-based programs at Andrus, a New York-based organization... 
Two keynote speakers announced for NASW National Conference Feb 10th, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff A secretary of labor in former President Bill Clinton’s administration and a chief diversity officer and divisional vice president of a major drug store chain will be among the keynote speakers at NASW’s 2014 National Conference. “Social Work: Courage, Hope & Leadership,” will take place in Washington, D.C., July 23-26. Reich Keynote speaker Robert Reich, who Time magazine named... 
Chapter bridges gap between social work researchers and practitioners Feb 3rd, 2014
By Rena Malai, News staff The NASW California Chapter hosted the second annual Translational Research/Translational Practice Roundtable in October to help social work practitioners and researchers gain a better understanding of each other. About 50 NASW members and social workers came together to participate in group discussions. Bridging the gap between social work researchers and practitioners is a little like bringing... 
Last Chance 2014 NASW Conference Call for Proposals Jan 29th, 2014
Last Chance NASW 2014 Conference Call for Proposals Reminder to be considered, session proposals must be received online by 11:59pm EST on January 31, 2014. Due to space limitations, not all deserving proposals can be accommodated. Reviewers will prioritize proposals based on a balanced program as well as the listed review criteria. You will be notified via email regarding your proposal decision by March 2014. Proposal... 
Social workers encouraged to promote consumer enrollment in ACA health exchange plans Jan 17th, 2014
Social workers encouraged to promote consumer enrollment in ACA health exchange plans One out of every six Americans is currently living without insurance. Close to 80 percent of the uninsured are in working families. Affordable health care insurance is now available through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health exchanges. Consumers can enroll in ACA health insurance plans until March 31st.  The Obama administration is... 

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