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Call for Articles

Social Work and Social Justice in a New Era

                                        Intersections in Practice 2017

Call for Articles

Intersections in Practice, the continuing education publication of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Specialty Practice Sections (SPS) is accepting submissions for the 2017 annual bulletin:

Social Work and Social Justice in a New Era

Articles should contain content applicable to the Social Work and  Social Justice in a New Era theme and at least one of the Section's practice areas below:

  • Administration/Supervision
  • Aging
  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD)
  • Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults (CAYA)
  • Child Welfare
  • Health
  • Mental Health
  • Private Practice
  • School Social Work
  • Social and Economic Justice and Peace (SEJP)
  • Social Work and the Courts

Please review the Author's Guidelines for general instructions. Note: article should be 1000 to 1500 words.  Any references used should not be older than 2007.

There is a continuing education component included, please provide  three multiple choice questions with only one correct answer and provide answer key related to the article submitted.  Multiple choice answers only no true or false answers will be accepted.

All submissions should be emailed to sections@socialworkers.  In the subject line: InterSections-SPS Deadline May 8, 2017.

To access author guidelines, please visit: http://socialworkers.org/sections/areas/articles.asp

 

 
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