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APM On-Demand

Registration is now open for APM On-Demand, December 6-10. CSWE is proud to offer this new event where educators can build on the critical conversations on racial, economic, and environmental justice that began at the in-person 2021 Annual Program Meeting (APM). Registration is $175, a fraction of the in-person registration cost.

 

 


Live and Virtual Content

This new program will feature prerecorded content from the in-person APM, November 4–7, in Orlando, as well as new live networking events just for On-Demand users. A majority of the precorded content will be available to On-Demand users for 12 months following the event.


 


APM On-Demand Highlights

  • 4 live networking events including:
    • Orientation
    • Plenary in practice
    • Speaker panel
    • Career networking
  • 40 highlighted sessions from each of the educational tracks presented at APM in Orlando
  • 5 plenary sessions
    • Opening Plenary Session
    • Carl A. Scott Memorial Lecture
    • Hokenstad International Lecture
    • Environmental Justice Lecture
    • APM Awards Luncheon
  • Up to 17 continuing education (CE) credits available for On-Demand (subject to change)
    • Additional $65 CE registration is required. 
    • The deadline for obtaining CEs from APM On-Demand is January 31, 2022.

On-Demand Schedule Preview

Sessions subject to change. Sessions marked with an asterisk are CE-eligible. 

Track Session Title
Addictions Words Matter: Substance Use Disorders and the Importance of Non-Stigmatizing Language
African Americans and the African Diaspora Wringing Out the “Whitewash”: Confronting the Hegemonic Epistemologies of Social Work Canons
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Not Your Model Minority: Anti-Asian Violence, COVID-19, and Social Work*
Baccalaureate Programs Transformative Learning, Social Change: Community-Engaged Learning and BSW Education During a Pandemic
Child Welfare Child Welfare Futuring: Racially Just, Interdisciplinary, and Collaborative*
Clinical Practice White Clinicians Navigating Internal Bias within Way of Being
Community Organization and Social Administration The Social Symbolism of Mask Wearing and Community Resilience against COVID-19 Racism 
Criminal and Juvenile Justice Teaching for Abolition: Developing and Teaching Abolitionist Social Work*
Cultural Competence Too Strong to Grieve: Using Empathy to Navigate Grief 
Disability Issues It’s Time: Critical Conversation about Trauma and Disability Services 
Disaster and Traumatic Stress Implications of a trauma intervention in disaster exposed youth amidst Covid-19
Educational Outcomes Assessment  Critical Conversations about Race in the Development of Standardized Student Outcome Measures
Evidence-Based Practice Developing Evidence-Based and Evidence-Supported Social Work Interventions with Diverse Populations
Feminist Scholarship Shared Strength Perspectives among Black Women Social Work Educators during a Pandemic*
Field Education Field Instruction and the Pandemic: From Constraints to Opportunities  
Gero-Ed (Aging and Gerontology) Constructing Race Discrimination Rights: Comparisons among Staff in Long-Term Care Health Facilities
Group Work Reviving Group Work Practice: Building Cross-Racial Solidarity for Social Justice*
Health The Impact of COVID-19 on the Mental Health of Social Work Students
Higher Education/Nonprofit Leadership Equipping faculty in critical DEI conversations at Christian institutions in higher education*
Human Behavior and the Social Environment Social Psychology: An Unfortunate Void in Social Work Education*
Immigrants, Refugees, and Displaced Populations Criminals or Immigrants? An analysis of policies leading to the "Crimmigration" era*
Indigenous and Tribal Environmental Injustice, Sovereignty, and Well-Being: How a northeastern tribal reservation resisted injustice*
International Issues Utilizing the Sustainable Development Goals for Racial, Economic, & Environmental Justice*
Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Adaptation of an Interprofessional Clinic to a Telehealth Model during COVID-19*
Islam and Muslims An Intersectional Examination of Black Muslim Women’s Pathways to Leaving Abusive Relationships
Latina/Latino Issues Leveraging mass and social media for critical conversations among Latinx communities*
LGBTQIA+ and Two-Spirit The Role of Belongingness in the Mental Health of Black Youth 
Military Personnel and Veterans, First Responders, and Their Families and Communities Lost in Transition: Behavioral Health Needs of Veterans in Eight County Jails
Research and Program Evaluation Using Trauma-Informed Research Methods in Social Work*
Rural Issues Exploring relationships between organizational capacity and organizational characteristics in rural nonprofits*
Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice Social work education and white supremacy: Strategies for anti-racist pedagogy*
Social Welfare History McCarthyism Re-Visited: Disruptive Leadership Addressing the Conservative Backlash Toward African Americans
Social Welfare Policy and Policy Practice Incorporating US policies that impact Indigenous Peoples into social work curriculum
Spanish-Language Paper Presentation Linguistic terrorism and Latinx English language learners in social work education
Spirituality A Needs Assessment for Addressing Spiritual Trauma in Black Church Spaces
Teaching Methods and Learning Styles Social work’s complicity in white supremacy: Re-Visioning social work education and practice
Technology in Social Work Education and Practice Promoting Latinx caregiver’s involvement in suicide prevention research during a pandemic
University–Community Partnerships Conducting a Statewide Needs Assessment of Violence to Inform Practice & Policy*
Values and Ethics Pushing boundaries: Abolition and Mutual Aid as Paradigms for Social Work Education
Violence Against Women and Their Children Examining the Public Response to Sexual Violence Against Black Women*

* This sesson is CE-eligible. 

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