ASWB Completes Practice Analysis, Will Launch New Social Work Licensing Exams in 2018

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) has released its 2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work. Changes to licensing exams will take effect January 2, 2018. more

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MerckManuals.com Focusing on Elder Abuse in Advance of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15

Expert information on how to prevent elder abuse and recognize and respond to the problem when it does occur will be highlighted on MerckManuals.com, an online medical reference, during the first half of June. more

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ASWB Launches Path to Licensure Institute

ASWB Path to Licensure Institute scholars will develop a model for introducing information about social work licensing and regulation to their students and design a regulation-specific research project to be completed by August 2020. more

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Social Work Day at the UN 2017

The 34th annual Social Work Day at the United Nations (UN) was held on April 17, 2017. Watch the webcast here. more

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Case for Here Seeks Volunteer Expert Witnesses for Immigrants at Risk of Deportation

Case For Here provides free expert witness services to immigrants at risk of deportation and provides courts with testimony regarding the potential impact of deportation on clients and their families. Contact social worker Mike Langlois to volunteer. more

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