Use your NASW username and password to log into the Social Work Online CE Institute. Your current registrations are available in your account once you log in. Forgot your NASW Username/password? Click here to reset. If you need to create an NASW account, click here.
NASW courses are generally accepted in all 50 states. If you are unsure whether a course is accepted in your state or fulfills specialty education requirements, please check with your licensing board before purchasing.
You must select a location to proceed.
There was a problem adding this course to your account. Please try again in a few minutes. If the problem persists, you can contact our support department at (877) 880-1335.
Adding Registration, Please wait...
You must be logged in to perform this action.
COVID-19 Vaccines Through a Social Work Lens: Supporting Informed Client Vaccine Decision Making Through MI and SBIRT
NOTE: This webinar is made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is offered free of charge to all. At this interactive event, learn how to apply MI and SBIRT frameworks in supporting clients in their decision-making around the COVID-19 vaccines and boosters. This webinar is the second in a series of three webinars that are part of NASW’s Connect to End COVID-19 initiative, undertaken in partnership with the University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work and funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The third webinar in the series, “Supporting Special Populations in Vaccine Decision Making”, will be conducted in February (date/time TBD).
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
(Self Study) Covid-19 Vaccination through a Social Work Lens: Myths and Facts
(Self Study) Connect to End COVID-19: What’s Next in the Pandemic, Through a Social Work Lens
(Self Study) Do I Need to be an Addictions Expert? Engaging and Supporting People Who Use Drugs
(Self Study) COVID-19: New Vaccines, Updated Boosters and Living with a (Controlled) Pandemic
(Self Study) Behavioral Ethics: A Lens to Examine Ethical Challenges in Social Work Practice
(Self Study) Working with People Who Use Drugs: Understanding Stigma
(Self Study) Grief and Loss in a Pandemic: Supporting Social Workers as Helpers & Grievers
(Self Study) Brief Interventions in Primary Care
(Self Study) Intersections between Trauma and Addiction
(Self Study) Cross-Cultural Issues in Integrated Healthcare Services: A Social Work Perspective
(Self Study) Elevating "Social Care": Social Work's Role in Driving Healthcare Transformation
(Self Study) Cultural Competence: A Social Work Imperative