Twitter is becoming an amazing tool for social work and other mental health practitioners (myself included). This is a great example of how it can be used.
by Pat Shelly @UBSSW
I recently had the pleasure of attending the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 60th Annual Program Meeting (APM) – one of the largest conferences for social work educators. (CSWE is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation as the sole accrediting agency for social work education – BSW and MSW – in the U.S., and sets the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) for all social work schools).
At the APM, there are 40 tracks which attendees can follow throughout the four days of events. Track topics range from Addictions, African Americans and the African Diaspora, or International Issues to Technology in Social Work, Values and Ethics, or Violence Against Women and Their Children.
Dr. Jimmy Young presenting in SW and social media. @JimmySW#2014APMpic.twitter.com/l1LlpwBJio
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