ann a. abbott, phd, lcsw, editor | nasw press
it’s important for social workers and other human service workers to know about the effects of substance abuse regarding the clients they work with, says ann a. abbott, phd, lcsw, a retired social work educator and former associate dean and faculty member at rutgers university school of social work.
medical society consortium on climate & health
nasw is a sponsor of the medical society consortium on climate & health’s 2022 annual meeting "accelerating climate solutions: from urgency to impact for health & equity."
nasw is a sponsor of the medical society consortium on climate & health’s 2022 annual meeting, march 5th-7th. the theme for this year’s meeting is "accelerating climate solutions: from urgency to impact for health & equity."
north american quitline consortium
this webinar highlighted innovative practices for promoting quitlines during the pandemic, including the i covid quit campaign developed by the ucsf smoking cessation leadership center. nasw shared its activities and resources to engage social workers in smoking cessation efforts.
mjhs & nasw partnership program
educating social workers in palliative and end-of-life care (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.
every day, many more people are becoming partially or fully vaccinated. but there are many others who have not yet gotten vaccinated, despite the demonstrated safety of the vaccines and their high degree of effectiveness in preventing severe illness and death. at this webinar, learn more about the vaccines, including myths and facts, and special considerations for social workers.
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