Total CE Credit Hours: 2
Course Info URL: http://www.socialworktodayce.com/courses/102558
About the Course:
Juvenile Justice Journey — Social Work Role Returns in New Era of Reform
Shifting policies and priorities require social workers to reclaim their rightful place as advocates in a system first established to protect children from risks adults face in the criminal justice system.
The Grand Challenges for Social Work — An Update
A major professional initiative began nearly five years ago involving research, policy recommendations, advocacy, curriculum integration, and more. Read about its progress and future directions.
Medicine Joins Forces With Social Work — Blueprint for the Future
A new, first-of-its-kind social work department is integrated within the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, establishing a hopeful path to the future.
Professional Development and Interprofessional Practice — Social Workers Share With (and Learn From) Colleagues in Other Disciplines
Growing emphasis on interprofessional practice invites increased educational collaborations and conversations.
Course Material Authors
Discuss evolution of the juvenile justice system from start to current day, and understand how and why social work’s role has changed.
Explain the progress made by the Grand Challenges for Social Work initiative since its launch.
Discuss the importance of the collaboration between medical and social work education.
Describe how interprofessional practice and education enhance professional development.
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