This is being shared pre-publication; this essay is in press with The New Social Worker. In recent years, social workers may have paid attention to the Stop Asian Hate campaign, a result of the idea… Continue reading →
The following are the notes for a talk I am giving next week, I wanted to offer the text to people who will not be well-served by Zoom’s often inaccurate captioning system. In… Continue reading →
Jeff Driskell, PhD, LICSW and Elspeth Slayter, MSW, MA, PhD, Salem State University School of Social Work Many social workers have worked hard to be more aware and inclusive of queer clients and colleagues… Continue reading →
Elspeth Slayter, MSW, MA, PhD, Salem State University Cate Thomas, BSW, GradCertLearn&TeachHigherEd, GradDipPA, MPAdmin, PhD, Charles Sturt University We often have d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in our university student bodies, but they can, at times, feel excluded… Continue reading →
Co-authored by Ben Chase, BSW Candidate and Elspeth Slayter, MSW, MA, PhD Recently, Ben, a legally blind social work student with partial visual impairment wrote to Elspeth, saying “school sucks for a blind… Continue reading →
(A slightly different version of this article is coming out soon in The New Social Worker) Lisa M. Johnson, MSW, PhD, Elspeth M. Slayter, MSW, PhD, and Lamont D. Simmons, MSW, EdD, School… Continue reading →
(This article is coming out shortly in Social Work Helper) These days, many social workers are pretty clear that anti-racism is something they need to work consistently on in their practice, but when… Continue reading →
This narrative reflects on one White woman’s journey as part of a team of leaders in a School of Social Work while focused on developing and implementing an inwards-facing racial justice accountability initiative.
Odds ratios are a commonly used statistical test in the medical and public health arenas. Increasingly, social work is practiced in these host environments. Therefore, social workers need to be familiar with the… Continue reading →
Guest blogger & #Disabled MSW student Lynne Fetter talks about her hashtag activism centered around #CrippingSocialWork & why #Disability is a #SocialWork issue – read & learn more!