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N.C. Child Death Case Underscores Need for Title Protection

N.C. Child Death Case Underscores Need for Title Protection

Candice Lassiter. Photo courtesy of Huffington Post. News reports about North Carolina child welfare workers Candice Lassiter and Craig Smith, including this article on Huffington Post, underscore the need for social work title protection.Lassiter and Smith, who are identified as social workers in articles and headlines, have been charged with falsifying home inspection records to […]

A Social Work Supervisor Should Be Willing To Take Responsibilities

A Social Work Supervisor Should Be Willing To Take Responsibilities

Who would forget the ever-famous line of Peter Parker’s grandfather, “With great power comes great responsibility.” The society expects Spiderman, a comic book, TV, and movie superhero, to be responsible for saving his town, or even the world, in some instances, from evil because he has super powers. From all the episodes he appeared in, […]

Annals of Internal Medicine article highlights positive impact of social work intervention in pediatric primary care

The February 5th issue of Annals of Internal Medicine features an article that cites positive outcomes for the Baltimore-based SEEK Project (Safe Environment for Every Kid).  Sponsored by the University of Maryland Medical Center, the SEEK project integrates professional social workers into pediatric primary care clinics, to conduct child abuse identification and prevention efforts.   A […]

NASW Sections Ethics Webinar

NASW Sections Ethics Webinar Ethical and Legal Challenges in Social Work–Consistency and Conflict Tuesday, March 26, 2013 Exclusively for NASW Section Members 1 :00 PM – 3:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 2 CEU(s) Presenter: • Frederic Reamer, PhD Moderator(s): • Dawn Hobdy, MSW, LICSW Social workers frequently encounter circumstances involving ethical and legal issues. In […]

Helping Stepdads Adjust

Helping Stepdads Adjust

Stepfathers often get a bad rap. Communication is a key to their becoming good parents, a new study says. Photo courtesy of msnbc.com. A key to making sure stepfathers succeed as parents is to ensure all members of the household, including children and teens, have a say in how the new family will be structured, […]

National Association of Social Workers Announces 2013 NASW Media Award Winners

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NASW Sections Webinar on Teen Pregnancies

Positive Outcomes with Evidence-Based Approaches to Preventing Teen Pregnancy: The Carrera Program’s “Above the Waist” Approach Exclusively for NASW Specialty Practice Section Members Thursday, April 4, 2013 This webinar will provide information on positive youth development outcomes through evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programming. The “Top Tier” designated Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program will be highlighted. […]

The School Social Work Toolkit, Meet the Author, Alison Varianides Section Webinar

The School Social Work Toolkit, Meet the Author, Alison Varianides Exclusively for Specialty Practice Section Members Friday, May 10, 2013 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 1 CEU(s) Presenter: • Alison Varianides, LCSW Moderator(s): • Sharon Issurdatt, ACSW, DCSW, LCSW Join your colleagues for a discussion with the author of the NASW Press […]

News Items – April 9, 2013

In Pittsburgh, an Effort to Bring Down the Black Community’s Infant Mortality Rate WESA Valire Copeland, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work, has worked as a consultant for Healthy Start teaching workers cultural competencies so they can build trust with the women they visit. Rochdale and Beyond: My Immersion in […]

Protected: Leading in Social Work: The Supervision Process. LCSWSupervisors.com

Protected: Leading in Social Work: The Supervision Process. LCSWSupervisors.com

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