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The NASW News is not published in August.
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Students' Periodicals Online
Association to provide student members' NASW News, Social Work via Web.

Recognizing how extensively students use the Web, NASW will provide its membership publications online to student members in lieu of printed copies. This will become effective with the September 2003 issue of NASW News and the October 2003 issue of Social Work. The online editions will continue to give students the news and research of the profession - with the speed and ease of Internet access.

CPT Code Survey
NASW in July will participate in a survey distributed by the American Medical Association to determine work values of Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes used to report services provided during testing of the cognitive function of the central nervous system.

If you perform tests and use instruments in your private practice or for an organization, your participation would help. To participate, provide your name, address and telephone number by e-mail or calling (202) 336-8265. A survey will be mailed to you.

This Month in Social Work
IDEA, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Welfare Reform, Cognitive Disabilities, Forensic Social Work, Managed Care, Adoptive Parents, Medical Necessity, Catholic Charities

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

Four Easy Steps to Participate in a HIPAA Teleconference With NASW Legal Defense Fund Staff
1. Pick a date and time to participate. One-hour teleconferences are offered on July 10 at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

2. Call the HIPAA Teleconference Line - (800) 416-8128 - five minutes before your selected date and time, and enter passcode number 255176.

3. Part of the teleconference will cover material on the NASW Web site. Check out the HIPAA section of the NASW Web site before your teleconference to familiarize yourself with the material. During the teleconference, it will be helpful, but not necessary, for you to be online at the NASW Web site.

4. Parts of the Web site will require you to login as an NASW member. To get your username and password, if you don't already have them, call NASW Membership Services at (800) 638-8799, ext. 476.

Welfare Facts
With TANF reauthorization under review on Capitol Hill this year, social workers interested in welfare advocacy can find useful information at the Urban Institute's Assessing the New Federalism project, in which NASW is a partner.

The Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute has investigated a number of issues in the multi-year project designed to analyze the devolution of responsibility for social programs from the federal government to the states.

A number of the reports can be accessed from here.

 
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From the President
Building on a Strong Foundation
By Gary Bailey, MSW

NASW Teams With Advocacy Group to Boost Services
Work With Amputees Requires Varied Skills
An organization works to supply information to health care provider groups.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

National NASW Awards Announced
Smith, Humphreys, Darling and Lee are recognized nationally by NASW.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Foundation Honors Accomplishments
Leukefeld, Levy and Friends of Chernobyl Centers U.S., Inc., are selected.

Call Center Implements Upgrades
Calls are answered on average in less than 90 seconds.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

Group Explores Access to Cancer Research
Finding psychosocial oncology research should be easier for social workers.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

SAMHSA Taps Social Worker
The NASW member was commissioner of mental health in New York State.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

Small Chapters Must Tackle Big Agendas
For CDF chapter executives, passion for their jobs makes it all possible.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

Bereavement Project Trains Its Trainers
A disaster preparedness, response and recovery component is added.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

SSA Recognizes Social Workers
Gaining recognition by other federal disability programs may get easier.

Maine Passes Strong Parity Act
Almost all diagnoses in DSM-IV will be included.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

Practice Updates Issued in Six Areas
International social work, aging, harm reduction, bullying, reimbursement and adolescent health are the topics.

Educator Is at Center of Sex Ed Controversy
The University of Kansas investigated allegations about the course and found they had no merit.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Chapter Thwarts a Threat to Mental Health Coverage
There would have been no restrictions on what the insurance commissioner could approve.

Ohio County's Suit Challenges $60 Million Welfare Diversion
Many services ended just as the economy turned sour.
By John V. O'Neill, MSW, News Staff

NASW Leaders Sought for 2004

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