Read updates from the association's national office and local chapters.
Public health and economic equality were two topics that keynote speakers addressed at NASW's 2022 national conference.
Voting rights, reproductive health and LGBTQIA+ rights are some of the issues in jeopardy as voters head to the polls this November.
NASW national and chapters have created a program that helps social work students and recent graduates.
Three social work leaders are recognized for their contributions and achievements.
Read In Brief: October / November 2022
Author Shreya Bhandari says knowledge of U.S. South Asian population is limited to media portrayals, doctors and tech industry.
NASW Press book aims to dispel misunderstandings, misconceptions and misrepresentation of Pacific Islander Americans.
Read about social screening gaps in health care settings; Medicare physician fee schedule; nursing home staffing; and an AMA advisory committee appointment.
Specialty Practice Sections webinars examine reproductive decision-making and a caring justice approach to practice.
Student loan debt relief, older adults' mental health, advancing telehealth and guarding against deceptive marketing are some of the areas of advocacy for NASW.
Read Social Work in Action
World social work leaders, others commit to global partnerships that further eco-social work efforts.
NASW members, sign in to read the October / November 2022 issue as a flipbook
View our calendar of upcoming conferences, webinars and other events at NASW and related organizations.
View the October / November 2022 Events Calendar
Read about NASW members quoted in the mainstream media.
Read "Social Workers in the Public Eye"