Advertise in NASW Journals

NASW publishes four online journals in partnership with the Oxford University Press.  Limited advertising space is available in each. Please contact naswads@socialworkers.org for additional details. 

Social Work

Social Work is the premier professional journal in the field of social work. As a membership benefit, it is provided to all members four times each year—January, April, July, and October. Social Work covers important research findings, critical analyses, practice iinterventions, and information on current social issues.

Children and Schools

Children & Schools publishes professional materials relevant to social work services for children. The journal publishes articles on innovations in practice, interdisciplinary efforts, research, program evaluation, policy, and planning. Topics include student-authority relationships, multiculturalism, early intervention, needs assessment, violence, and ADHD. Children & Schools is a practitioner-to-practitioner resource. Subscribers include school social workers, directors of special education, school principals, mental health practitioners, educators, school board members, and libraries. 

Health and Social Work

For 20 years, human services professionals have relied on Health & Social Work for the latest advances in areas such as aging, clinical work, long-term care, oncology, substance abuse, depression, and maternal health. Articles have an interdisciplinary focus and cover research, policy, specialized services, quality assurance, in-service training, and other topics that affect the delivery of health care services. Subscribers are health care social workers, hospital social work directors, agency heads, health care educators, mental health care providers, and facility administrators.  

Social Work Research

Social Work Research publishes exemplary research to advance the development of knowledge and inform social work practice. It includes analytic reviews of research, evaluation studies, and diverse research studies that contribute to knowledge about social work issues and social problems. Subscribers include researchers, faculty, administrators, students, and practitioners, as well as public, university, agency, and government libraries.

 
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