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2005 NASW Election Slate

 

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NASW Celebrates African American History Month

 

Free Teleconferences on HIPAA Security Rule


With the April 21 deadline for complying with the HIPAA Security Rule fast approaching, NASW is offering free one-hour teleconferences for members. Learn from NASW Legal Defense Fund Associate Counsel Sherri Morgan about federal regulatory requirements for privacy, security and provider identifiers and where you can find more information on the NASW Web site. Select from two dates and four times to hear a presentation and ask your questions:
Feb. 23, 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Eastern
March 11, 11 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Eastern

No registration is required. To participate, simply call (800) 416-8128 and enter the passcode, 255176#.

 

Testing Procedures Survey


This spring, NASW will participate in a survey conducted by the American Medical Association to determine work and practice expense values for the Central Nervous System Current Procedural Terminology codes, which include testing procedures. Many clinical social workers perform testing procedures in their private practice, and other social workers conduct testing in agencies, testing centers, hospitals, and so forth. If testing is a function of your job and you are interested in participating in this survey process, call (202) 336-8265 or e-mail your name, address and telephone number.

 

Sanctions in Force Listed Online


NASW adjudicates certain allegations of violations of its Code of Ethics by members, and if violations are found, may impose sanctions. For the current list of sanctions of public notification imposed within the past 10 years that remain in force: Sanctions in Force

 

Call for Articles


NASW Specialty Practice Sections (SPS) invite articles on social work practice topics to be considered for publication in SPS newsletters. Deadline: April 1, 2005. For details: Call for Articles

   
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From the President
Looking Back, Moving Forward
By Gary Bailey, MSW

Restorative Justice: A Model of Healing
Philosophy Consistent With Social Work Values
Instead of retribution, restorative justice emphasizes truth, accountability and healing.
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

News Flash

NASW 50th Anniversary
Looking Back

Workforce Projects Funded
Two foundations help fund study of licensed social workers.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Association Joins Global Coalition
"Our involvement with InterAction will help us expand our reach and services."

Public Education Drive Launches Next Month
Chapters and universities are gearing up for the Social Work Public Education Campaign.

Site Visit Includes Advocacy for IV-E
Rep. Herger listens to stories from students, faculty, agency workers and a foster youth.
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

Disability Programs Need Coordination
A study explores employment and program participation patterns.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Legal Briefs Explore Same-Sex Marriage
Legal issue articles explore court rulings and state balloting on same-sex marriage.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Social Work Congress Gathers Leaders
The event will bring together up to 500 leaders in the social work field.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Members to Rank Goals via Web
Web-based policy reviews will give delegates more time to read and comment.

Grant Will Fund Fight on Licensing
The LDF board also approved funding for HIPAA training and a friend-of-the-court brief.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

Nursing Home Social Work Is Examined
Nursing home social workers' role in psychosocial care is discussed.
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

Hospice Video Conference April 20
The teleconference is broadcast live via satellite to sites across the country.
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

NIH Panel Comments on End-of-Life Care
"As social workers, we need to strive for culturally sensitive and competent care."

Three Figures Noted in Social Work Field Die

NASW, NAMI Exploring Joint Projects
NASW will help promote the Campaign for the Mind of America.

ANSWER Coalition Setting New Strategy
"There's a renewed interest in engaging the grass roots."
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

NASW Marks World AIDS Day
The theme focused on how HIV and AIDS have significantly increased among women.
By Lyn Stoesen, News Staff

CMS Surveys Providers
"This is a great opportunity for clinical social workers to provide feedback."

Update Addresses Reproductive Health Disparities
The update examines three barriers to reproductive health care that women of color face.

Project Boosts Voter Registration
"We can show elected officials what the social service agencies can do."

10,000 Take Course on End-of-Life Care
"People are hungry for some basic knowledge of end-of-life care."
By Sheryl Fred, News Staff

Social Work in the Public Eye

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Writer:
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Advertising:
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Advertising:
Jim Snyder

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NASW President:
Gary Bailey, MSW

Executive Director
Elizabeth J. Clark, Ph.D., ACSW

Director, Publications Division:
Cheryl Bradley

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and Editor-in-Chief:
Paula Delo

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