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Image: Dr. Brian E. Bride: Collateral Damage: The Impact of Caring for Persons Who Have Experienced Trauma
Dr. Brian E. Bride: Collateral Damage: The Impact of Caring for Persons Who Have Experienced Trauma (3/10/2011)

As the field of traumatology has grown, it has become increasingly apparent that the effects of psychological trauma extend beyond those that directly experience traumatic events. Secondary traumatic...

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Image: Dr. Jay Wolfson: From Nietzsche to Schiavo: Teaching Intuition to Professionals and the Goldilocks Effect
Dr. Jay Wolfson: From Nietzsche to Schiavo: Teaching Intuition to Professionals and the Goldilocks Effect (9/30/2010)

With the case of Theresa Schiavo as a backdrop, clinical, political and legal decisions in society and the way we train professionals are considered. The principles of hope, cognition and will are...

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Self-Care Starter Kit (7/15/2010)

Professional self-care is an essential social work survival skill. We've developed a starter kit on self-care for our students that might be of some use to other beginning social work professionals.

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Image: Robert Whitaker: Rethinking Psychiatric Care: If We Follow the Scientific Evidence, What Must We Do To Better Promote Long-term Recovery?
Robert Whitaker: Rethinking Psychiatric Care: If We Follow the Scientific Evidence, What Must We Do To Better Promote Long-term Recovery? (4/30/2010)

During the past 20 years, the number of adults in the United States on federal disability rolls due to mental illness has more than tripled, rising from 1.25 million people in 1987 to more than four...

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Trauma: A Public Health Crisis in Western New York (3/13/2010)

This conference, sponsored by the Community Health Foundation of Western and Central New York, informed community members and stakeholders about trauma and trauma-informed care. Participants learned...

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Image: Dr. Elizabeth Robinson: Spiritual Change in Recovery from Alcoholism
Dr. Elizabeth Robinson: Spiritual Change in Recovery from Alcoholism (10/23/2009)

Although those in recovery from alcoholism and many treatment professionals believe that spiritual and religious change are important in recovery from alcoholism, there has not been sufficient...

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Image: Dr. Lori Weiner: Children with HIV/AIDS Over the Last Three Decades: What We Can Learn by Bridging Clinical Experience with Research Methodology
Dr. Lori Weiner: Children with HIV/AIDS Over the Last Three Decades: What We Can Learn by Bridging Clinical Experience with Research Methodology (4/23/2009)

This presentation will take the audience through the emergence of the pediatric HIV/AIDS epidemic beginning in the early 1980’s through the current challenges associated with survival and transition...

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Image: Dr. Sarena D. Seifer: Solving our Most Pressing Health Concerns: The Promise of Community-University Partnerships
Dr. Sarena D. Seifer: Solving our Most Pressing Health Concerns: The Promise of Community-University Partnerships (11/5/2008)

How do we combine the knowledge and wisdom in communities and in academic institutions to solve the major health, social and economic challenges facing our society? During her presentation, Dr. Seifer...

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Dr. Michael F. Hogan: Transforming Mental Health in New York State (4/10/2008)

Commissioner Hogan will discuss the evolving mission and focus of mental health care in New York reflecting: 1) the e volving science of mental illness and its treatment; 2) problems in care...

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Image: Dr. Thomas M. Vogt: Quality, Costs, & Special Interests: Can We Change Our Behavior in Time to Save US Health Care?
Dr. Thomas M. Vogt: Quality, Costs, & Special Interests: Can We Change Our Behavior in Time to Save US Health Care? (10/4/2007)

The US spends more than twice as much per capita on health care as any other nation, yet it ranks at or near the bottom in life expectancy, patient satisfaction, and percent of the population covered...

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Image: Dr. Mary Marden Velasquez: Using the Transtheoretical Model and Motivational Interviewing in the Development and Implementation of Health Behavior Interventions
Dr. Mary Marden Velasquez: Using the Transtheoretical Model and Motivational Interviewing in the Development and Implementation of Health Behavior Interventions (4/5/2007)

Dr. Mary Marden Velasquez is Associate Dean for Research in the School of Social Work, Director of the Center for Social Work Research, and Director of the Health Behavior Research and Training...

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Image: Dr. William Rowe: Cultural Arts Prevention and Intervention for At-Risk Youth: A Replicable Program Model
Dr. William Rowe: Cultural Arts Prevention and Intervention for At-Risk Youth: A Replicable Program Model (11/9/2006)

Dr. William S. Rowe is Professor and Director of the School Social Work at The University of South of Florida. He holds appointments in the College of Public Health, the Aids Education and Training...

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Image: A Blog that Collects Articles on the Effecitive Use of Technology in Social Work Practice
A Blog that Collects Articles on the Effecitive Use of Technology in Social Work Practice

This blog is dedicated to sharing articles about understanding technology tools and using them to support social work practices. Users can sign up for email notices when new articles on technology in...

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A Comparison of Gross Domestic Product and the Social Progress Index: Their Relevance for Understanding How People Are Doing in a Society

In this TED Talk, social progress expert Michael Green discusses the history of Gross Domestic Product as a measure of economic development and proposes the Social Progress Index as an improved...

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A Framework for Approaching Education and Training to Effectively Utilize Technology

On this website, Neil Ballantyne explains a framework for designing educational and professional development resources in ways that effectively utilize technology. It includes a video sample that...

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Image: A Journal Article That Offers Ethical Trainings, Guidance, and Discussion Around Social Media Use in Child Welfare Policy and Practice
A Journal Article That Offers Ethical Trainings, Guidance, and Discussion Around Social Media Use in Child Welfare Policy and Practice

This article offers much needed insight on the ethical dilemmas of social media use within child welfare practice and policy by highlighting both the advantages and dangers. The authors conclude by...

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A Mobile App for Children That Teaches Social and Emotional Skills

This mobile application for iOS and Android devices leads children through an interactive adventure with Allen, a youth from another planet who is trying to learn how to interact with other children...

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A Mobile App That Helps People Track and Manage Common Symptoms That Are Experienced After Trauma

Created by the VA's National Center for PTSD and the Department of Defense's National Center for Telehealth and Technology, this app provides reliable information on PTSD and its treatment, tools for...

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Image: A Podcast on the Impact That Robots and Other Emerging Technologies Have on Social Work Practice
A Podcast on the Impact That Robots and Other Emerging Technologies Have on Social Work Practice

In this Podsocs podcast, Patricia Fronek interviews Dr. Antonio López Peláez about his research on emerging robotics technologies and the ways that they are changing human societies. They discuss how...

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Image: A Program for Making Games That Can Be Educational or Therepeutic
A Program for Making Games That Can Be Educational or Therepeutic

GameMaker: Studio is a free app from YoYo Games for creating video games; the app does not require any prior programing knowledge or experience. The website also provides tutorials to learn how to use...

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Image: A Report on Ways That Facebook Is Being Used to Support Prevention of Suicide
A Report on Ways That Facebook Is Being Used to Support Prevention of Suicide

This news article outlines ways that users can utilize tools built into the social networking website Facebook to help connect others with suicide prevention support and resources.

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Image: A Scholarly Literature Review Article Examining Ways That Virtual Worlds Can Be Effectively Used to Promote Creativity in Teams
A Scholarly Literature Review Article Examining Ways That Virtual Worlds Can Be Effectively Used to Promote Creativity in Teams

Abstract: This article addresses the potential of virtual worlds as a platform for creative team collaboration. The proliferation of geographically distributed teams, striving towards innovative...

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Image: A Scholarly Review Article Examining Data on the Use of Virtual Worlds as a Platform for Conducting Healthcare-Related Support Groups
A Scholarly Review Article Examining Data on the Use of Virtual Worlds as a Platform for Conducting Healthcare-Related Support Groups

With the advent of social media technologies, debate continues to swirl around the ability of these technologies to either connect or isolate. Healthcare support communities represent an especially...

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Image: A Video That Discusses What White People Need to Know About #BlackTwitter
A Video That Discusses What White People Need to Know About #BlackTwitter

In this webinar, our speakers Dr. Kimberly Ellis and Mr. Mike Langlois address these three questions: Why is America so obsessed with "Black Twitter?" What is most impactful about "Black Twitter?" and...

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A Web-Based Service for Coordinating Program/Service Eligibility Assessments

This website by Co.Exist provides information on a software program under development by a non-profit. The software is intended to simplify the process of assessing whether clients qualify for public...

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A Website That Helps You Locate Service Near Any Given Location

This website includes an interview with the creator of Ask Aunt Bertha, a website that allows users to enter a zip code and locate important human services located in the vicinity of that zip code...

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A Website That Offers Electronic Toolkits to Help Care for the Aging Be More Effective and Efficient

The four distinct toolkits offered look to move toward better and more efficient care for the aging in several areas: medication adherence, remote monitoring of patients, use of mobile devices in...

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Image: A Website That Shares Articles Related to Technology in Social Work
A Website That Shares Articles Related to Technology in Social Work

This website shares an archive of online articles on the use of technology in social work. Social Work Helper also shares articles on other topics related to social work. Users can subscribe to...

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Adolescents Sending Text Messages Containing Adult Material

A PDF file of a research report from the Pew Research Council's Internet & American Life Project. It reports both quantitative and qualitative data on adolescents and sending phone text messages that...

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Image: An App to Assist Social Workers in Developing Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills
An App to Assist Social Workers in Developing Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills

This app by Tarsem Singh Cooner is designed to spark conversation and help social workers think through the strengths and challenges of social media and its uses in practice. The website provides...

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Image: An Article on Ways to Use Mobile Applications ("Apps") in Social Work Practice
An Article on Ways to Use Mobile Applications ("Apps") in Social Work Practice

This article from the magazine Social Work Today discusses ways that social workers can effectively use mobile technology in clinical social work practice. It also discusses potential concerns...

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Image: An Interactive Website that Explores Income Inequality in the United States
An Interactive Website that Explores Income Inequality in the United States

This interactive website from the Economic Policy Institute vividly illustrates contemporary income inequality in the US. Policy makers may find it useful for understanding issues related to policy...

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Image: An Overview of Twitter for Professionals
An Overview of Twitter for Professionals

On this website, Howard Rheingold gives a brief overview of the social media micro-blogging website Twitter. It explains what Twitter is, the benefits that it can offer, and some best practices for...

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Assessing Client Technology Use in Family Practice

On this website, Ellen Belluomini discusses the importance of assessing client technology use and offers suggestions for what to assess with clients to better understand the roles and meanings that...

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Benefits of Adopting Technology in Social Work Practice

On this website, Christina Reardon discusses the benefits of adopting better technology practices and potential challenges that agencies may face in implementing new technology.

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Best Practices for Designing Websites That Are Accessible to Persons with Disabilities

This website from the American Foundation for the Blind contains a wealth of information, standards, and best practices for developing online websites and tools that are accessible for persons with...

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Best Practices for Effectively Using Instagram to Connect with Others

On this website, Stephanie Frasco discusses some best practices for using the social media photo-sharing tool Instagram.

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Best Practices for Photo Sharing Using Instagram

On this website, Jennifer Beese discusses some best practices for using the social media photo-sharing tool Instagram.

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Best Practices for Using Facebook as a Professional Networking Tool

On this website, Boris Epstein discusses ways to use the social media networking website Facebook to effectively create and manage professional networks.

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Image: Best Practices for Using Social Media Ethically and Professionally
Best Practices for Using Social Media Ethically and Professionally

This website from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Social Work provides guidelines for the ethical and professional use of social media. Though it is oriented toward social work students...

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Image: Best Practices for Using Twitter in a Professional Manner
Best Practices for Using Twitter in a Professional Manner

On this website, Ari Herzog provides ten best practices for using the social media micro-blogging website Twitter.

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Best Practices for Using Twitter to Host a Conversation

On this website, Steve Cooper provides guidelines for effectively using the social media micro-blogging site Twitter to host a conversation.

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Best Practices for Using YouTube

This webpage from YouTube discusses strategies and best practices that organizations and individuals can use to build and utilize an effective YouTube channel.

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Best Practices That Non-Profits Can Use to Effectively Fundraise for Projects

This article by Beth Kanter discusses strategies for effectively using crowdfunding to finance projects.

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Case Studies Regarding Social Media Use in Child Welfare Settings

This .pdf document provides two case studies regarding social media use in child welfare settings, along with discussions of organizational policies, best practices, and ethical concerns. The document...

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Image: Children's Use of the Internet and Its Implications for Social Work Practice
Children's Use of the Internet and Its Implications for Social Work Practice

This podcast interview from the PodSocs podcast series explores research and issues related to children's use of the internet. It also discusses the implications of this research for social work...

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Clinical Implications of Selfie Photographs

In this video, Lisa Fichte, LMSW, of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work's Office of Continuing Education, and Michael Langlois, LCISW, discuss the phenomenon of "selfie" photographs and...

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Conversations About Culture: Video and Lesson Plan

This online learning module is designed to facilitate skills for effective cross cultural communication and collaboration. The very important concept of cultural humility is a central focus. Cultural...

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Cyberbullying and Its Implications for Social Work Practice

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Dean Faye Mishna, PhD, discusses her research on cyber bullying among youth, its prevalence, its effects, and what social workers...

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Cyberbullying, Its Clinical Implications, and Related Ethical Concerns

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Janet Joiner, PhD, discusses cyberbullying and the ways that online technology can be used to harass others and the forms that...

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Diversity and Oppression (SW503)

SW 503, Diversity and Oppression, is a foundation level course designed to help students understand the interlocking and structural nature of oppression. Within this context, this curriculum module...

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Effectively Managing Passwords to Protect Confidential Information

On this website, Ignatio Pacheco suggests best practices for maintaining and managing password security.

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Ethical Concerns Related to Social Media Use

This website from SocialWorkLicensure.org explores and offers suggestions regarding ethical concerns that arise with the use of social media in social work practice.

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Ethical Issues That Arise for Social Workers in the Context of Social Media

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Kathryn Chernack, PhD, discusses the common ethical issues and dilemmas encountered by social workers when using social media...

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Ethical Issues That Arise in Online Practice

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Dr. Allan Barsky, PhD, explores managing the ethical and practice issues related to online social work practice. His discussion...

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How Forms of Internet Usage Affect Brain Functioning

This abstract provides an overview of an empirical study on the effects that internet searches have on brain activity in older individuals. The study compares different groups based on their level of...

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How People Respond Physiologically to Using Facebook

This abstract provides a brief overview of a study that found that using the social media site Facebook produces physiological responses that suggest it is a pleasurable experience.

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How Playing Games Can Improve Quality of Life

In this TED talk, researcher and game designer Jane McGonigal shares her personal story of depression and how she used games as a tool for healing. She shares her research into the scientific...

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How the Internet Could Affect Humans' Ability to Establish and Maintain Relationships

This article from The New Yorker discusses the research behind the Dunbar number - the measure of how many people humans are able to maintain relationships with at various levels of intimacy. It...

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How Using Large Pools of Data Can Contibute to Important Social Goods

This article from forbes.com provides a series of five examples of ways that nonprofits and service agencies can use large pools of data to understand and respond to complex social problems.

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Image: How Using Large Pools of Data Can Contribute to Important Social Goods
How Using Large Pools of Data Can Contribute to Important Social Goods

This article from forbes.com provides a series of five examples of ways that nonprofits and service agencies can use large pools of data to understand and respond to complex social problems.

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Impact of Technology on the Lives of American Teens

This slideshow from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life examines data on teen technology use and explores some of its implications for practice.

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Important Dates in Civil Liberties History

This free website provides a calendar of important civil liberties events in U.S. history, with links to further information and resources on events. The contents can be searched by date and by topic.

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Internet Use and the Quality of Relationships in Adolescents

A PDF file of a research article on a study of the ways that different forms of internet use affect the quality of interpersonal relationships in adolescents.

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Interventions I (SW520)

SW 520, Interventions I, is designed to integrate a Trauma-Informed and Human Rights Perspective in generalist social work practice.

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Interventions II (SW521)

SW 521, Interventions II, is designed to integrate solution focused techniques with a Trauma Informed and Human Rights perspective.

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Is There a Better Way? The Entrepreneurial Nonprofit

This is a presentation by Thomas R. Ulbrich, MBA, Assistant Dean, School of Management and Executive Director, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. He explores...

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Image: Issues and Practices Related To Engaging in Long-Distance Supervision (Part 1)
Issues and Practices Related To Engaging in Long-Distance Supervision (Part 1)

The first of a three-part podcast series from The Social Work Podcast on phone supervision, this podcast interview introduces the listener to phone supervision, its similarities and differences to...

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Issues and Practices Related To Engaging in Long-Distance Supervision (Part 2)

The second of a three-part podcast series from The Social Work Podcast on phone supervision, this podcast interview examines the logistical details of setting up and participating in phone...

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Issues and Practices Related To Engaging in Long-Distance Supervision (Part 3)

The third of a three-part podcast series from The Social Work Podcast on phone supervision, this podcast interview examines one practitioner's experiences using phone supervision. The themes and ideas...

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Links Related to Hospice, Palliative Care, and End-of-Life Care

This website from the Social Work Hospice & Palliative Care Network provides links to a wide range or resources related to social work with end-of-life concerns. Includes links to end-of-life care...

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Links Related to Social Media Use in Social Work

This website from NASW's North Carolina Chapter provides links related to the use of social media in social work. It includes general links, social media in practice, Facebook, Linked In, Skype...

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Links to Discussions of the Ethical Implications of Facebook's Mood Experiment

This Readlist compiled by Nancy J. Smyth provides links to a variety of resources discussing the ethics of Facebook's mood manipulation experiment.

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Living Proof. Reflections on 75 Years of Social Work Education

Living Proof. Reflections on 75 Years of Social Work Education is a documentary video on the history of the UB School of Social Work. The video was produced by the School of Social Work in conjunction...

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Image: Microaggressions and Their Prevalence Online
Microaggressions and Their Prevalence Online

On this website, Ellen Belluomini provides a review of the concept of microaggressions along with examples from and an emphasis on their prominence online.

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Mobile Apps That Allow Users to Quickly Contact Supports in the Event of Dating Violence or Sexual Assault

Part of the White House's 1 is 2 Many anti-violence campaign, this website contains information about and links to download two different mobile apps that allow users to contact friends, law...

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Nine Values Involved in Responsible Technology Use Online

This brief article by Mike Ribble presents a set of ideals of responsible technology use, and provides a framework for policy goals and objectives related to digital technology and its use at both the...

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Online Representations Express People's Personalities

This article from NPR discusses research that examined how online avatars reflect their creators' personalities, even when the avatars are not designed to physically look like their creators. The...

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Positive Effects that Blogging Can Have on Adolescents

This research article from the American Psychological Associate and Science Daily suggests that using online journaling technology is an effective means of helping adolescents.

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Potential Negative Uses of Technology

This animated video from the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) explores the negative effects that internet technology can have on individuals and societies...

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Programs for Making Animations That Can Be Used for Education, When Working with Clients, or in Agencies for Marketing or Training Purposes

The website includes a list, compiled by Richard Byrne, of five free websites that practitioners and clients can use to create short animations which could be used to engage clients (e.g., as a form...

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Relationships Between Psychodynamic Theory and Technology in Clinical Practice

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Charles Syms, LCSW, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, discuss ways that psychodynamic theory in clincial practice can be applied to...

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Roles That Communication Technology Can Play in Social Work

This PubMed article contains the full text of a peer-reviewed research article about the contributions that advancements in information and communication can play in social work. It provides an...

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Roles That Technology Can Play in People's Lives and Implications for Clinical Social Work

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Lesa Fichte, LMSW, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, discuss technology, how people relate to it, the roles it plays in people's lives...

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Scientific Models in Social Work (SW510)

SW 510 is a foundation level course designed to help students understand the importance of research to the field of Social Work. Within that context, this specific module is designed to help students...

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Setting Appropriate Personal and Professional Boundaries with Respect to Technology Use

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Lesa Fichte, LMSW, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, discuss the importance of setting healthy boundaries and maintaining effective...

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Single Subject Designs (SW514)

SW 514 is a foundation level course designed to help students understand the importance of evaluating their practice, whether it be individual or group based. Within that context, this specific module...

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Social Justice Issues Related to Access to Technology

This video with discussion and commentary by Michael Langlois explores issues of social justice related to access to technology and the roles that social workers can play in promoting access.

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Social Media Ethics for Field Instruction

This PDF file from the University of Michigan School of Social Work Office of Field Instruction provides guidelines for the ethical and professional use of social media. Though it is oriented toward...

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Social Networking Both Online and Offline and Its Importance to Social Work Practice

In this podcast, social worker Jonathan Singer interviews Dr. Lambert Maguire about social networking and its applications to both research and social work practice. The discussion examines social...

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Image: Spent: An Interactive Program That Simulates Trying to Get Through One Month on Limited Income
Spent: An Interactive Program That Simulates Trying to Get Through One Month on Limited Income

Spent is a poverty simulator by McKinney and Urban Ministries of Durham where users go through a month making daily choices regarding how they earn and use their money. Organizations may find it...

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Strategies for Managing Large Amounts of Information Online: RSS

On this website, Dawn Foster provides strategies and techniques for managing streams of information online. The website also includes a link to an audio recording of a presentation on this material...

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Strategies for Managing Large Amounts of Information Online: Social Bookmarking and Annotating

This website by Digitally Speaking provides detailed information on how to effectively bookmark and annotate websites in order to develop and maintain your own online catalog of important or useful...

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Strategies for Planning and Organizing Projects and Developing Goals

This blog post by Eric Blue provides a discussion of mind map techniques for visualizing and developing personal goals. It includes electronic tools that can be used to assist in the process of...

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Strategies for Using Twitter to Collect Information on a Topic

On this website, Dawn Foster discusses strategies and techniques for using the social media micro-blogging website Twitter as a tool for efficiently collecting information on a topic.

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Strengths and Limitations of Using Online Platforms to Grow and Maintain Social Change

In this TED Talk, sociologist Zeynep Tufekci looks at the ways that social media and online platforms can help social movements to organize and grow. She also looks at the forces that often inhibit...

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Technology’s Important Contributions to Social Work Practice

Join Nancy J. Smyth, LCSW, PhD, Dean of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, and Mike Langlois, LICSW, therapist and innovator in...

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Technology’s Influences on the Lives of Persons with Disabilities and the Social Workers Who Work with Them

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, John Bricout, PhD, discusses his work and the powerful impact he believes that technology is having on persons with a disability...

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Technology's Effects on Social Workers' Daily Practices

In this podcast, Dr. Faye Mishna discusses her research examining social workers' experiences and how communication technology has entered their daily practice. Existing literature has highlighted the...

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Teleconferencing Companies That Claim That Their Products Are HIPAA Compliant

This website from the TeleMental Health Institute contains a chart listing websites that offer HIPAA compliant teleconferencing services that practitioners interested in online therapy may wish to...

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Texting Adult Material and Its Implications for Social Work

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Poco Kernsmith, PhD, and Roger Kernsmith, PhD, explore the prevalence of sexting and discuss an appropriate and balanced approach...

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The Importance of Understanding Video Games and the Roles They Play in Clients' Lives

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Michael Langlois, LCISW, addresses the pervasiveness of technology -- specifically video games -- in our clients' day-to-day...

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The Influences That Technology Has Had on Social Work Practice and Education

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Dean Nancy Smyth, PhD, discusses podcasting at the University at Buffalo School of Social Work and the impact it has had. She also...

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The Internet's Effects on Neurobiology

This video lecture by Paul Howard-Jones, PhD, looks at research on how modern technologies affect how our brains are wired and work. It presents an important person-in-technological-environment...

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The Role of Technology in the Lives of Adolescents

This abstract provides a summary on a talk given on the roles that technology plays in shaping the "drama" that teens may often engage in, as well as the significance that the "drama" plays in their...

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The Roles of Neuroplasticity and Technology in Rehabilitation After Traumatic Brain Injury

In this TEDx Talk, clinical psychologist Jeff Snell discusses ways that technology can be used to support recovery and rehabilitation for people who have experienced traumatic brain injuries.

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The Skills and Dynamics of Teaching: Addressing the Hidden Group in the Classroom

An expert in teaching, Professor Lawrence Shulman presents video recordings from seven one-hour sessions of an ongoing voluntary workshop on teaching. Professor Shulman has led or co-led invited...

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The Ways That Technology Influences Long-Distance Relationships Between Deployed Military Personnel and Their Spouses

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Alexa Smith-Osborne, PhD, and Jayshree Jani, PhD, discuss their work studying the impact of technological advances in...

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The Ways That Technology Is Changing How People Think About Traditional Population Categories

In this TED talk, media maven Johanna Blakley shares data on how social media and online networking tools allow individuals to break out of traditional demographic categories and connect in ways that...

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Theories of Human Behavior and Development: The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study (SW505)

The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study and its robust and far-reaching findings regarding the widespread prevalence of childhood abuse...

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Trauma Assessment Packet

In collaboration with the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute, the University at Buffalo School of Social Work has developed a Trauma Assessment Packet of self-administered questionnaires that...

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Using Digital Resources to Support Client Self-Advocacy

On this website, Ellen Belluomini offers steps for utilizing digital resources to connect clients with self-advocacy opportunities.

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Using Games and Game Models in Clinical Practice

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Charles Syms, LCSW, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, discuss gaming and gamification and explore ways they can be used in clinical...

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Using Social Media to Boost the Public Perception of Social Work

This news article by Rebecca Joy Novell presents ways that social workers can use social media to improve public perceptions of what social workers do, and reasons why it is important to do so.

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Using Technology to Develop Professional Networks

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Dean Nancy Smyth, LCSW, PhD, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, explore how social work and human service professionals can utilize social...

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Using Text Messaging Can Lead to Greater Truthfulness in Answering Sensitive Questions

This research article, brought by Science Daily from the University at Michigan, suggests that utilizing text messaging technology facilitates truthfulness in answering sensitive questions. It...

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'Video Game Addiction' as a Clinical Diagnosis

This article from ScienceDaily and the American Psychiatric Association looks at the idea of 'video game addiction' as a clinical diagnosis.

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Ways That Cities Are Using Technology to Promote Public Health

This website discusses ways that the Chicago Department of Public Health is using data to drive effective decision making.

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Ways That Internet Use Affects Human Brain Functioning

This article by Nicholas Carr in The Atlantic discusses some of the ways that using the internet affects how our brains function.

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Ways That Nonprofits Can Use Social Media to Facilitate and Expand Their Impact

Networked nonprofits and the people who lead them are taking advantage of social media’s ability to facilitate and expand their impact by combining an organizational strategy with their professional...

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Ways That Social Workers Can Engage the Media and Media Technology to Promote the Profession

In this podcast, social work educator Jonathan Singer interviews journalist Maiken Scott about what she, as a journalist, looks for in a good interview and effective strategies for getting social...

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Ways That Social Workers Can Use Technology in Their Practice

In this podcast from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Claudia Coulton, PhD, discusses how social work practitioners, researchers, and students can use technology such as geographic...

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Ways That Technology Use Can Limit Access to Important Information

This TED Talk looks at some of the ways that our uses of technology can limit our exposure to important ideas and contrasting viewpoints, as well as the importance of drawing from a wide range of...

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Ways That Twitter Can Be Used Therapeutically

In this video interview, social worker and blogger shares Monica Cassani her experiences using Twitter as a way to form a supportive community that helped her through her process of healing and...

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Ways That Video Games Can Contribute to a Person's Sense of Self

This research article closely examines a case study of a young man and the role that video games play in his understanding and development of self. It also examines the clinical implications that...

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Ways to Integrate Technology into Clinical Practice

In this video from the University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Dean Nancy Smyth, LCSW, PhD, and Michael Langlois, LICSW, discuss ways to integrate social media and technology into clinical...

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Ways to Productively Respond to Negative Comments Online

In this New York Times article, Stephanie Rosenblum reviews some of the psychological research on how people react to negative comments and criticism online and suggests strategies for effectively...

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Ways to Use Technology to Better Meet the Needs of Elderly Clients

This online PowerPoint presentation with accompanying audio provides from husITa an overview of some ways that technology can be leveraged to address the challenges for services providers arising for...

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Podcast: Dr. Charnetta Gadling-Cole and Dr. Cathy McElderry: The Development School Partnership: Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline (6/19/2017)

In this episode, our guests discuss the Development School Partnership, a collaborative effort and intervention to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. By offering wraparound services to students...

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In this episode, our guest Kimberly Washington of the St. Jude's Project at Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C. discusses her "Therapeutic Patient Navigation" community-based project. She describes...

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Podcast: Dr. Ande Nesmith: Text-Based Crisis Intervention Counseling: A Promising Venue to Reach Underserved Young Clients (5/22/2017)

In this episode, Dr. Ande Nesmith takes the path of least resistance and most user-friendly access by utilizing text-based intervention counseling to reach and assist younger clients. She describes...

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In this episode, the second of a two-part discussion on the economics of urban segregation, Dr. Henry Louis Taylor introduces the concept of the "just city." He illustrates the contrasts between the...

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In this episode, our guest Nicole Clark, LMSW, describes her journey from agency practitioner to self-employed, independent consultant. Ms. Clark discusses how she embraced the entrepreneurial spirit...

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With over 80 percent of Americans living in urban areas, it is crucial for social workers to consider how the development of cities in the United States has played a role in creating and maintaining...

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Podcast: Dr. Matthew Epperson and Dr. Carrie Pettus-Davis: Smart Decarceration (3/27/2017)

In this episode, our guests Dr. Matthew Epperson and Dr. Carrie Pettus-Davis discuss their research and efforts to provide an alternative to the mass incarceration movement in the United States. Both...

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Podcast: Sarah Beck Buchanan, Wright Kaminer, and Dr. Roger Nooe: The Community Law Office: An Integration of Social Work and Criminal Defense (3/13/2017)

In the United States, there are more than ten million criminal arrests each year. It is well known that many of those arrested also have a number of personal and environmental issues that not only...

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Podcast: Karen Zgoda, Rachel L. West, and Patricia Shelly: Promoting Macro Social Work Through Social Media/Twitter Chats (2/27/2017)

In this episode, our guests Karen Zgoda, Rachel L. West, and Patricia Shelly describe how they are using macro social work Twitter chats to promote support for and education about all forms of macro...

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Podcast: Dr. Omid Safi: "Islamophobia" in America (2/13/2017)

Muslims have been part of the fabric of America for more than five hundred years. There were likely Muslim members of Columbus's crew when they arrived in the American hemisphere in 1492...

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In this episode, our guests Dr. Nancy Kusmaul and Lisa Kendall discuss the possible impacts of traumatic experiences as people transition into older adulthood. They describe specific applications of a...

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Podcast: Dr. Julie Dodge, Dr. Christie Bernklau Halvor, and Dr. Sonja Vegdahl: Using Gamification in Social Work Education (1/16/2017)

Online coursework is now a mainstream approach to the delivery of education and training to professional social workers in the United States. As online courses and programs grow, more and more faculty...

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Podcast: Dr. David Gerber: The Continuing Relevance of Immigration History (1/2/2017)

In this episode, Dr. David Gerber applies a lens of immigration history in the United States and helps us understand the reticence to reform our immigration policy and laws. He highlights how the...

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Podcast: Happy Holidays 2016 from the Podcast Team! (12/19/2016)

The inSocialWork® Podcast Series is taking a break for the holidays. This short message, recorded by our hosts, offers holiday wishes on behalf of our team.

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Podcast: Dr. Joseph Richardson and Dr. Christopher St. Vil: Who Shot Ya?: A Novel Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program (12/5/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Joseph Richardson and Dr. Christopher St. Vil discuss their use of a longitudinal, ethnographic study of young Black men admitted to the hospital for treatment of violent injury...

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Podcast: Dr. Annemarie Gockel: Practicing Presence: A Curriculum for Integrating Mindfulness Training into Direct Practice Instruction (11/21/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Annemarie Gockel describes her work, research, and experience as a social work educator who integrates mindfulness training with students into her social work courses. She...

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Podcast: Dr. Linda Plitt Donaldson, Dr. Kristie Holmes, and Dr. Charles E. Lewis, Jr.: Wanted: Social Workers on Capitol Hill (11/7/2016)

For a variety of reasons, social workers in the United States, unfortunately, often avoid becoming actively engaged in the political process. In this podcast, Drs. Linda Plitt Donaldson, Kristie...

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Podcast: Dr. Wonhyung Lee, Meera Bhat, and Nurul Widyaningrum: Microfinance in India, Indonesia, and the United States: Implications for Social Work (10/24/2016)

Scholarly literature and practice experience have shown that low-income people around the world can use credit responsibly, make timely payments, and save to make their lives more manageable. In this...

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Podcast: Dr. Steven Halady, Erin DeWolfe, and Jessica Bonczar: Multisystemic Therapy: A Strengths-Based, Collaborative Approach for Working with Negative Adolescent Behaviors (10/10/2016)

Anyone working with the disruptive behaviors of a challenging adolescent understands just how difficult that work can be. When these problematic behaviors are present, successful resolution may...

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Podcast: Dr. Sandra McGee, Teresa Hobson, Karen Gale, and Sandra Breault: Enhancing Relationships Forums: People and Law Enforcement Agencies Moving Change Forward (9/26/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Sandra McGee, Teresa Hobson, Karen Gale, and Sandra Breault discuss their response to the widening divide between the African-American community and law enforcement officials...

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Podcast: Karen Zgoda, Dr. Melanie Sage, Dr. Jonathan Singer, and Dr. Lauri Goldkind: Technology-Mediated Assignments for Real World Learning (9/12/2016)

Have you considered incorporating technology or social media into your courses? If you have, then you are not alone. However, it can be daunting, given that there seems to be an increasing push to use...

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Podcast: Dr. Jeane Anastas and Dr. Cynthia Franklin: The Science of Social Work (8/29/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Jeane Anastas and Dr. Cynthia Franklin discuss how our profession attempts to integrate practice and research. Framing the profession's commitment to evidence-based practice as an...

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Podcast: Dr. Larry Davis: "Why Are They Angry with Us?": A Discussion on Race and Racism in America (8/15/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Larry Davis engages in a wide-ranging discussion on race and racism in America. The topics he addresses include his use of cognitive dissonance theory to understand racism and...

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Podcast: Dr. Deb Ortega, Dr. Ashley Hanna, and Dr. Badiah Haffejee: Lessons from the Immigrant Experience: Where the Erosion of Social Justice Begins (part 2 of 2) (8/1/2016)

In the second of a two-part podcast, Dr. Deb Ortega, Dr. Ashley Hanna, and Dr. Badiah Haffejee continue their conversation chronicling the experiences of immigrants and examining the history of U.S...

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Podcast: Dr. Deb Ortega, Dr. Ashley Hanna, and Dr. Badiah Haffejee: Lessons from the Immigrant Experience: Where the Erosion of Social Justice Begins (part 1 of 2) (7/4/2016)

In this first of two episodes, Dr. Deb Ortega, Dr. Ashley Hanna, and Dr. Badiah Haffejee discuss their work chronicling the experiences of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers while examining the...

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Podcast: Dr. David Brennan: Online Sexual Health Outreach for Gay and Bisexual Men: Providers' Perspectives (6/20/2016)

In this podcast, Dr. David Brennan talks about his work in the development and evaluation of online outreach to address issues of gay and bisexual men’s health. To highlight this work, Dr. Brennan...

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Podcast: Vic Compher and Rodney Whittenberg: "Portraits of Professional Caregivers: Their Passion, Their Pain" (6/6/2016)

In this episode our guests discuss their documentary film exploring the work of professional caregivers, and what they have learned about the caregivers' unique joys and stressors. They want to raise...

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Podcast: Dr. Caroline Long Burry: "No One Asked About My Children": Voices of Incarcerated Mothers (5/23/2016)

A report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics showed that from 1991 to 2007 the number of incarcerated mothers increased by a startling one hundred and thirty-one percent. In this podcast, Dr...

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Podcast: Dr. Adrienne Dessel, Dr. Michael Woodford, and Kevin Goodman: LGBT Discrimination on Campus and Heterosexual Bystanders: Understanding the Intention to Intervene (5/9/2016)

In this episode, our guests discuss their research related to LGBT discrimination on college campuses and the context in which heterosexual bystanders are most likely to intervene. They highlight the...

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Podcast: Dr. Geoffrey Greif and Dr. Michael Woolley: Adult Sibling Relationships (4/25/2016)

When addressing the topic of family therapy, the focus is generally on children or adolescents and their parents, or the marital/partner dyad. This podcast, however, looks at a different family...

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Podcast: Rachel Forbes, Dr. Andrea Nesmith, Meredith Powers, and Dr. Cathryne Schmitz: Environmental Justice (4/11/2016)

In this episode, our guests discuss their contention that environmental social work and environmental justice represent a subset of our traditional conceptualization of social justice. Whether it is...

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Podcast: Dr. Rebecca Mirick: "I Think I Want to Die...": Training Practitioners to Work with People Considering Suicide (3/28/2016)

The World Health Organization estimates that over 800,000 people die by suicide each year. Social workers often find themselves working in settings where suicide and parasuicidal behavior are of...

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Podcast: Dr. Elizabeth Greeno, Mathew Uretsky, and Dr. Patricia Chamberlain: Findings from a Parenting Intervention for Foster and Kinship Families (3/14/2016)

In this episode, our guests wonder: How can you improve the quality of life for foster children and parents? They describe what they learned studying a parenting intervention for foster and kinship...

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Podcast: Dr. Ashley Davis and Dr. Allyson Livingstone: The Anti-Racism Project: A Strategy for Preparing Social Work Educators (2/29/2016)

The NASW Code of Ethics and International Federation of Social Workers’ "Statement of Ethical Principles" call for social workers to challenge discrimination, oppression, and "unjust policies and...

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Podcast: Dr. Pablo Arriaza: Spanish Language Self-Efficacy Beliefs Among Spanish-Speaking Social Workers (2/15/2016)

In this episode, Dr. Pablo Arriaza argues that simply speaking and understanding another language does not equate to language competency. He describes what he learned about Spanish-speaking social...

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Podcast: Nancy Roget: Around the Next Curve: Using Technology in Addiction Social Work Practice (2/1/2016)

The literature on the use of tele-mental health is more than 50 years old, yet its integration into clinical social work practice has lagged. In this episode, Nancy Roget illustrates how technology...

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Podcast: Dr. Michael Pelts and Dr. David Albright: Wounded Bonds: Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual (GLB) Military Service Members and Veterans (1/18/2016)

In this episode, our guests Dr. Michael Pelts and Dr. David Albright discuss their recent work examining the history and context of the U.S. military's treatment of GLB service members and veterans...

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Podcast: Megan Connelly, Elisabeth Preisinger, and Lidia Snyder: Community Revitalization: A Macro Field Education Experience (1/4/2016)

In this episode, Megan Connelly, Director of Policy Advancement for the Partnership for Public Good; Elisabeth Preisinger, a recent second-year student placed at the Partnership; and Lidia Snyder, the...

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Podcast: Happy Holidays 2015 from the Podcast Team! (12/21/2015)

The inSocialWork® Podcast Series is taking a break for the holidays. This short message, recorded by our hosts, offers holiday wishes on behalf of our team.

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Podcast: Chad Allee: Leadership in Social Work (12/7/2015)

The idea of leadership is finding its way more often into the discussions of professional social work, but what is meant by "leadership"? And, what does being a "leader" mean? In this episode, Chad...

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Podcast: Dr. Howard Lipke: HEArt for Veterans: Identifying the Hidden Emotion (11/23/2015)

In this episode, Dr. Howard Lipke describes what he calls the Hidden Emotion Articulation (HEArt) Program, a contrast to traditional anger management programs. This approach, developed especially for...

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Podcast: Dr. Virginia Eubanks: Casework, Social Justice, and the Information Age (part 2 of 2) (11/9/2015)

This episode is the second of two parts that explore social justice in the information age. In it, Dr. Virginia Eubanks continues her discussion on this topic with a question and answer exchange with...

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Podcast: Dr. Devonya Havis: "Stand Your Ground" Legislation and Implications for State-Sponsored Racism (10/26/2015)

In this episode, Dr. Devonya Havis describes how "Stand Your Ground" legislation, intended to safeguard our society's most vulnerable members, has been utilized in ways that perpetuate and even...

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Podcast: Dr. Virginia Eubanks: Casework, Social Justice, and the Information Age (part 1 of 2) (10/12/2015)

This episode is the first of two with Dr. Virginia Eubanks. In it she discusses her work in understanding technology in the lives of low-income communities as well as how technology is used to manage...

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Podcast: Adalberto Méndez López and Dr. Filomena Critelli: Globally Connected Classrooms: Partnership, Technology, and Human Rights (9/28/2015)

In this episode, our guests Adalberto Méndez López and Dr. Filomena Critelli discuss their experience of bringing their students together via technology to co-instruct a new course titled "Disability...

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Podcast: A Panel Discussion on Systemic Racism (part 2 of 2) (9/14/2015)

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