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.
Sickle cell disease is frequently contested as a disability. So opportunities to support people with sickle cell disease escape many healthcare providers.
This article in the journal Children & Schools showcases the findings of a study on school social workers’ burnout.
An article in the journal Social Work explores the nature of moral disengagement in social work, identify possible causes and consequences, and present meaningful strategies designed to prevent and respond to moral disengagement in the profession.
Although prior research has explored the types of complaints made against social workers, there has been little research on the experiences of social workers who are being investigated.
Surgeon General Vivek Murthy has raised the alarm over a loneliness epidemic in the United States, calling it a public health crisis. He declared that loneliness increases the risk of early death to levels comparable to daily smoking.
Macro-Level Social Work Interventions in Schools: Poverty Simulation Programs as Professional Development Opportunities for K–12 Educators
Poverty continues to be a significant public health crisis across the United States, and its impact is particularly prevalent among school-aged youth and their families. Many K–12 educators do not fully understand the realities associated with living in poverty. Such...