Making Interdisciplinary Collaboration Work

Aging, Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, Health, HIV/AIDS, Hospice & Palliative Care, School Social Work

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Interdisciplinary collaboration can be one of the most rewarding, yet challenging, aspects of social work practice. This resource offers ways for NASW members to work more effectively with other disciplines.

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NASW Tools & Techniques are "at-a-glance" answers to social workers' most challenging situations and handy resources that help social workers stay one step ahead.

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