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NASW News Releases

Entries for 2008

Nov 18, 2008

NASW is currently offering two teleconference series through which NASW members can earn continuing education units. NASW's Lunchtime Series is open to all members and provides updates on NASW activities and projects. The Specialty Practic Sections Teleconference Series offers section members practice-specific content.

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Nov 17, 2008

National Professional Social Work Month in 2009 will promote the theme, focusing on recruiting new social workers to the profession: "Purpose and Possibility."

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Nov 16, 2008

NASW took part in a joint effort to highlight the needs of America's children and families with the national "Step Up For Kids Day" on Sept. 16.

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Nov 15, 2008

Social workers are being encouraged to contact their representatives in Washington, D.C., to support a new bill recently introduced in the House and Senate that aims to increase the number of school social workers.

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Nov 14, 2008

How much help are social workers to their clients if they are stressed, sick or tired and haven't made time for self-care? Obviously the professional value they have to offer may be compromised, but social workers in particular — professionals who are often trained to focus on the needs of others — often neglect their own well-being.

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Nov 13, 2008

NASW has recently taken several significant steps in efforts to bolster the public's understanding of the profession through increased involvement with the entertainment industry and by leveraging the considerable communications resources of schools of social work to inform national media outreach.

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Nov 12, 2008

The Clinical Social Work Association and NASW recently posted a video on YouTube.

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Nov 12, 2008

In recent months, NASW has worked to support efforts to improve long-term care services, including participating in conferences, Capitol Hill briefings and meetings with organizations that promote quality care.

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Nov 11, 2008

Social workers featured in the national news: Margery Carpenter, Loren Gelberg-Goss, Chris Gilchrist, Lisa Wessan, and John Pank.

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Nov 11, 2008

Topic: Remember Crime Victims

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