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A story in the March News about U.S. Supreme Court case Camreta v. Greene incorrectly identified the plaintiff, Oregon Department of Human Services case worker Bob Camreta, as a social worker.

 

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From the President
Keeping Pace With an Aging U.S.
By James J. Kelly, Ph.D., ACSW, LCSW

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Social Work’s African Outreach Yields Results
The ‘New Africa’: ‘There Is a Vision and Sense of Possibility That Is Inspirational’
“You are actually changing futures and I would like to see more social workers from America get involved.”
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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Social Work Caucus Forms in Congress
Reinvestment Act Also Introduced on World Social Work Day
“This caucus is being created at a time of considerable change for our nation, and of critical importance for the profession.”
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Chapter Sways Shelter to Serve Transgender Youth
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Aid Sought for Japanese Colleagues

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NASW Names National Award Recipients
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Health Law Is ‘Appropriate Exercise’ of Power
NASW, Indiana Chapter Warn U.S. Appeals Court of Eroding Title IX Protections
The question of whether Congress can regulate the insurance industry has long been settled.
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Workshop Highlights Patient Perspective in Care
‘It Is My Hope ... [NCCS] Can Continue to Give Cancer Survivors Information They Need’
“Far too often, the patient perspective isn’t considered.”
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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NASW’s Hospice Advocacy Efforts Continue
Occupational Profile, Grief Program, Healthcare Decisions Day Among Agenda Items
NHPCO strongly encourages all Americans to think about their wishes for care at the end of life and engage in advance care planning.
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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‘Nuts and Bolts’ of BSW Explored at Conference
“As a clinical person, I hope that we social workers can continue to focus on practice and policy.”
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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Delegation Will Visit Brazil
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Briefing Focuses on Health Care Reform
The law creates programs for improving care “in which social work should be playing a key and vital role.”
By Matthew Malamud, News Staff

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Site Memorializes Those Killed at Work
“Even if you are not a social worker, you can read the profiles and if you were moved by someone’s story, you can write a comment.”
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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Video From Child Welfare Symposium Now Online
By Paul R. Pace, News Staff

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Social Work in the Public Eye

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Letters to the Editor

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The Board Takes Action
January 2011

 
 

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