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Summer 2017 issue of The New Social Worker - Video Table of Contents

Linda May Grobman, publisher/editor of THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER, presents the Summer 2017 table of contents in this video. more

Linda's Agenda

Everyone loves gifts, but being offered a gift from clients may be cause for celebration, cause for concern, or both for social workers. more

Ethics 2 Comments

CALM (Caring, Action, Leadership, Mindfulness) is a new project at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh that offers two MSW students a paid internship experience in campus violence prevention. more

Field Placement 1 Comments

We must overcome the notion that physical and mental health are separate domains. Instead, we can foster a teamwork approach among clients and staff as we promote opportunities to address both physical and mental health needs. more

Practice 2 Comments

So often, when we think of victims or survivors of interpersonal violence, specifically sexual assault, we think of girls and women. In reality and throughout history, boys and men have also experienced sexual violence. more

Practice 1 Comments

Spending face-to-face time with colleagues at conferences is invigorating. Technology can enrich the experience. Social workers relate their favorite ways to use tech at conferences. more

Tech 6 Comments

Many aging families struggle with the uncertain future of keeping aging parents safe and comfortable. Social workers can assist them in sorting out the realities of their unique family circumstances. more

Practice

Workshops and other forms of training on poverty offer options for agencies to bridge the gap with their multi-disciplinary staff. However, not all poverty trainings are equal in quality or ideological viewpoints. more

Practice

“Don’t I need a Ph.D. to publish?” and “Don’t journal articles only come from authors associated with a university?” The answers are a resounding “no” and “no.” more

Practice 1 Comments

The term “toxic masculinity” can describe a set of very narrow standards, behaviors, and expectations for manhood and masculinity that values dominance, power, and control and devalues empathy, the acknowledgment of emotions, and other traits. more

Practice

Book review of Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human more

Reviews & Commentary

Book review of Health Care as a Right of Citizenship: The Continuing Evolution of Reform more

Reviews & Commentary

Book review of Strategies for Deconstructing Racism in the Health and Human Services more

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