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Social Work Documentation: A Guide to Strengthening Your Case Recording, 2nd Edition
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING – You are registering for credits ONLY. In order to complete this course and claim the credits, you must separately purchase and readSocial Work Documentation: A Guide to Strengthening Your Case Recording, 2nd Edition, by Nancy L. Sidell, from NASW Press, then complete an exam. After you purchase the credits on the Social Work Online CE Institute, navigate to your My Products page and click the green Play button to purchase the publication from NASW Press. Once you have read the publication, navigate back to your My Products page and click the blue Get Certificate button to complete the exam. Please only attempt to complete the exam after you have separately purchased and read the publication. The second edition of Social Work Documentation: A Guide to Strengthening Your Case Recording is an update to Nancy L. Sidell's 2011 book on the importance of developing effective social work documentation skills. The new edition aims to help practitioners build writing skills in a variety of settings. New materials include updates on current practice issues such as electronic case recording and trauma-informed documentation. The book addresses the need for learning to keep effective documentation with new exercises and provides tips for assessing and documenting client cultural differences of relevance. Sidell encourages individuals to reflect on personal strengths and challenges related to documentation skills. Social Work Documentation is a how-to guide for social work students and practitioners interested in good record keeping and improving their documentation skills.
Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the importance of self-assessment and skill development in improving writing competence. 2. Note the importance of documentation history and the current state of social work documentation. 3. Understand basic guidelines regarding best practices in social work documentation. 4. Develop a plan for improving personal documentation skills. 5. Implement at least three ways in which personal documentation skills can be improved.
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