COVID-19 caused an unprecedented global pandemic that unmasked inequities in higher education. The pandemic interrupted conventional methods of learning and significantly changed the field of higher education. Universities were prompted to replace face-to-face...
A Mixed-Methods Study of the Experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color MSW Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted conventional methods of learning and revealed inequities in higher education.
The February/March 2023 issue of Social Work Advocates is now online.
Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent disorders for Black young adults (ages 18 to 29) in the United States. Additionally, some Black young adults who have had encounters, directly or indirectly, with police may experience “police contact anxiety” (PCA)...
Stress and Depression in Ohio Social Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Buffering Role of Social Connectedness
A study found that among social workers with a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, 70 percent experienced moderate/high levels of stress, and 37 percent met the criteria for clinical depressive symptoms.
The January 2023 issue of the journal Children & Schools focuses on the specific topic of university-assisted community schools.
The January 2023 issue of the journal Social Work is now online. NASW members can read Social Work journal online.
The December 2022 – January 2023 issue of Social Work Advocates is available online. NASW members can sign in to read the flipbook. Some of the stories in this issue: When Prisoners Go Home: Preventing Recidivism Among Top Goals for Social Worker Social workers are...