Virtual Events

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NASW offers webinars, virtual career fairs, virtual forums and more to support our members and the social work community at large.

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Educating Social Workers in Palliative and End-of-Life Care (ESPEC)

MJHS & NASW Partnership Program

ESPEC is an innovative training program designed for health social workers by social workers to promote the integration of primary palliative care skills into clinical practice. Program components include interactive online coursework; live, synchronous instructor-led training; monthly mentorship; and leadership training. The state-of-the-art curriculum presents videos of patient and family encounters, highlighting best social work practices using the framework of the eight domains of palliative care. 

Interactive training techniques are designed to engage the learner and create a new community of practice. Learners must complete Part I before registering for Part II and complete Part II before registering for Part III. Mentorship sessions can be joined at any time after completing Part I.

Discounted pricing for NASW members.

Learn more about ESPEC

Safety and Inclusiveness at NASW Events

Social work conferences and meetings are places where we gather to learn, share information, and begin and renew professional collaborations. As such, it is important to foster an atmosphere that promotes safety and inclusiveness. We are committed to fulfilling the expectation for an atmosphere that is physically and psychologically safe.

Read the Social Work Leadership Roundtable Statement on Safety and Inclusiveness

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Looking to Earn CEs?

Take webinars and earn CEs at NASW's Social Work Online CE Institute.

Find continuing education webinars

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NASW Events Calendar

Find all of our events in one place.

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MyNASW: A Community That Supports Each Other

Social Workers rely on trusted information to make informed decisions. NASW makes it easy to find that guidance through MyNASW, an online community of social workers.

Learn how MyNASW empowers members with opportunities for support, collaboration, and personal growth

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Tips for Keeping Up with Current Practice Trends and Research

NASW provides members with the latest practice trends and research they need to stay current in the field and be the best at their job.

Learn how NASW can help you stay up to date