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This Month in Social Work
• The Client's View
• Lesbian/Gay Content
• Provider Preferences
• Healing Sexual Abuse
• Abuse and Silence

Journal of the National Association of Social Workers: Knowledge for Powerful Practice


Vol. 47, No. 9, October 2002



From the Director
Profession Should Value BSWs
By Elizabeth J. Clark, Ph.D., ACSW

*Assembly Takes Moderate Path on Structure
A more unified governance process is created.
Delegate Assembly reporting: John V. O'Neill, MSW
Delegate Assembly photography: Lyn Stoesen

*Three-Year NASW Goals Chosen
Higher salaries and better working conditions top the association's agenda.

*Assembly Adds Six Policies, Revises 15
Policies are reviewed every six years in an effort to keep them up to date.

*Bylaws Change Alters Election Rules
Single slating in some elections will be permitted.

*Chapter Staff Honored

*Resolutions Approved
Electronic technology would facilitate the policy review process.

*'Reconnecting to a Historical Foundation'
Rural Social Workers Embrace Challenge
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*Sept. 11, 2002, at NASW

*Cultural Competence Called Cost Effective
Commission members received NASW's cultural competence standards.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*Effort to Boost Agency Wages Often Frustrating
All agencies didn't raise social work salaries.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

*Final Revised Privacy Rules Issued — HIPAA Regulations Lower Threshold for Consent, NASW Says
Providers must get written acknowledgement that information will be disclosed.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*Compliance Extension Due Oct. 15

*Making Women Candidates Contenders
"I believe that every single day what I am doing is the very essence of social work."

*HIV, Ethics Curriculum Is Updated
Focus on Skills

Content is expanded to address issues for practitioners in diverse settings.

Foundation's 2002 Awards Total More Than $50,000
Many awards "represent an investment in the next generation of social workers."
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*2003 Foundation Awards Offered

Social Work Status at V.A. Enhanced
Fewer than 50 percent of V.A. health care facilities have centralized social work departments.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

*Social Work Pay at V.A. Is Elevated

*Retirements May Open Up V.A. Social Work
People choose to work at the V.A. for many reasons.

*Human Rights Measure Passes in Pennsylvania House
A state is asked to explore its human rights standards in light of a U.N. declaration.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*NASW Turns Back 'License by Regulation'
Social work licenses would have been useless in some agencies.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

*$13 Million Center Named For Pioneer
Edinburg was "pivotal in securing federal funding" for the center.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

*Social Work in the Public Eye

*Letters to the Editor


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