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2021 Intersections in Practice: A Look at Health Disparities and Social Justice Work: Keeping the Momentum of Change Going Once the Energy of the Crisis Has Passed
Free for SPS Members - $20 for Non-SPS NASW Members - $30 for Non-NASW Members Articles dealing with diversity disparities, leadership, trends, interventions and public health. Participants can earn 1.5 Social Work CEs by reading this bulletin and passing the online test.
Participants will gain understanding about:
Helps social workers better understand best practices related to health equity and social justice.
Offers suggestions to advance the conversations and advocacy around effective health care for vulnerable populations more susceptible to pandemic health outcomes.
Examines why health care decisions and outcomes are directly associated with social workers’ capacity to work with and advocate for diverse individuals, groups and communities.
1.5 Social Work
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