NASW Events Calendar

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NASW's national office and chapters offer a variety of events to members and non-members, including conferences, webinars, town halls, Q&A sessions, and more.

Please note: Be aware when registering for continuing education events that NASW accreditation does not imply automatic acceptance by all State Boards. Individuals should check with their licensing Board whether a specific program will be accepted for continuing education purposes.


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  • End of Summer Mini Series

    End of Summer Mini Series

    Wednesdays in August from 6 p.m.-7 p.m.

    This series offers lectures with dynamic presenters and topics that include how to obtain employment online, international and contract travel social work, maximizing your billing in private practice, all things credentials, and more.
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  • End of Summer Mini Series

    End of Summer Mini Series

    Wednesdays in August from 6 p.m.-7 p.m.

    This series offers lectures with dynamic presenters and topics that include how to obtain employment online, international and contract travel social work, maximizing your billing in private practice, all things credentials, and more.
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  • End of Summer Mini Series

    End of Summer Mini Series

    Wednesdays in August from 6 p.m.-7 p.m.

    This series offers lectures with dynamic presenters and topics that include how to obtain employment online, international and contract travel social work, maximizing your billing in private practice, all things credentials, and more.
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  • The Intersections of HIV and Substance Use Disorders

    The Intersections of HIV and Substance Use Disorders

    1 - 4 p.m.

    Using the ASAM Criteria as the foundation of efforts to improve treatment for substance use disorder amongst the HIV population, social workers will be able to (1) understand acute intoxication and withdrawal potential amongst the HIV population; (2) explore and assess the biomedical conditions and complications faced by the HIV population; (3) assess emotional, behavioral, or cognitive conditions and complications; (4) understand and assess the stages of change; (5) assess relapse, continued use, or continued problem potential amongst the HIV population; and (6) assess how environmental factors such as living arrangements and social support systems impact recovery.
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