Social Work Advocates

February / March 2023 Issue

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Ethical Challenges: Profession Prepares to Protect Social Workers Amid Changing Political Landscape

Social workers across the nation are facing ethical dilemmas as state legislatures enact laws that conflict with NASW's Code of Ethics, particularly laws related to abortion access and gender identity.

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Training Should Serve as Foundation for Meaningful Action

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We Must Consider the Sleep Health of Our Clients

Viewpoint by Jessica Pettigrew, MSW

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Photography Hobby Gives Clinical Social Worker Purpose and Hope

David LaPensee always travels with his camera.

More in This Issue

Mit Joyner

Social Work Breaks Barriers With Deliberate Actions

From the President

Laetitia Clayton

NASW Celebrates Social Work Month and Welcomes a New CEO

Editor's Note

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In the Public Eye

Read media articles with NASW members quoted as experts.

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Association News

Read news from our chapters, the board and more.

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Schools of Social Work

Schools of social work at the University of South Carolina, the University of Illinois, and the University of Minnesota discuss their initiatives and programs.

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NASW Events Calendar: February / March 2023

View a calendar of upcoming conferences, webinars and other events.

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