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About the Lunchtime Series

These live monthly hour long teleconferences are exclusively for NASW members. The Lunchtime Series highlights the latest social work issues being addressed by NASW. Besides a live teleconference, members can access the transcripts and audio/pod cast component of the teleconference 24/7 through NASW’s Web site. Members may also earn continuing education units (CEUs) upon successful completion of an online test following each teleconference.

How to Register for a Lunchtime Teleconference
You must register for the Lunchtime Series in order to participate in the live teleconference and/or earn CEU(s)

Select the button to register for an upcoming teleconference
Login using your NASW Username and Password
Enter the requested information and click the login button
The selection will take you to teleconference registration page
Select Complete Registration
Print the dial-in instructions and confirmation codes (Be sure to download all available resources)
Social workers are reminded to check with their state licensing boards to confirm that distance learning and/or home study education is accepted for continuing education credit.

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NASW Practice Webinar
What Clinical Social Workers Should Know About the DSM-5TM

Dates: Wednesday, July 24 and Thursday, August 8 2013
Time: Noon to 1:00 pm EST

Click here to go to NASW’s Professional Education and Training Center
Login using the same username and password that you use for our full website at socialworkers.org
Click on the “Catalog” tab
Scroll through the courses listed alphabetically, or use search term “DSM-5” to locate the course


Course Description
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition (DSM-5) was released in May 2013 and includes new disorders and revised criteria for existing mental disorders. This Webinar will assist clinical social workers in transitioning from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5. Changes will be highlighted
including the reorganization of the chapters, creation of new diagnoses and categories, consolidation and deletion of diagnoses, and the deletion of the multiaxial diagnosis with changes that include an emphasis on assessment measures. This Webinar benefits clinical social workers who diagnose and treat mental illness in all settings.

Presenter:Mirean Coleman, LICSW, CT
NASW Senior Practice Associate for Clinical Social Work
Center for Workforce Studies & Social Work Practice


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