USWE_Winter2013cover.jpgMost Recent Issue

RELEASE DATE  Summer 2017
VOLUME Volume 53
NUMBER Supplemental Issue 1

 

The most recently published issue of the Journal of Social Work Education is the 2017 Special Issue on Innovations in MSW Education and Training for Practice in Integrated Care Environments (volume 53, supplement 1). Below are listed this issue's titles and authors. CSWE members may access JSWE articles online without charge. Nonmembers may search the database by author, title, or keyword; view abstracts; and purchase articles.

Contents 

  • Guest Editorial—Innovations in MSW Education and Training for Practice in Integrated Care Environments, Delva & Ruffolo
  • An Innovative Behavioral Health Workforce Initiative: Keeping Pace with an Emerging Model of Care, Putney, Sankar, Harriman, O’Brien, Robinson, & Hecker
  • Concurrent Infusion of Integrated Behavioral Health Practice Into Social Work Field and Classroom Instruction, Smith-Osborne & Daniel
  • Meeting the Challenge of Preparing Social Workers for Integrated Health Practice: Evidence From Two MSW Cohorts, Rishel & Hartnett
  • Access to Interprofessional Continuing Education in Integrated Care Through Digital Instructional Technology, Lapidos & Ruffolo
  • Enhancing Competence in Health Social Work Education Through Simulation-Based Learning: Strategies From a Case Study of a Family Session, Craig, McInroy, Bogo, & Thompson
  • Infusing Integrated Behavioral Health in an MSW Program: Curricula, Field, and Interprofessional Educational Activities, Zerden, Jones, Brigham, Kanfer, & Zomorodi
  • Educating Social Workers for Practice in Integrated Health Care: A Model Implemented in a Graduate Social Work Program, Mattison, Weaver, Zebrack, Fischer, & Dubin
  • A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of Social Work Learning Outcomes in Interprofessional Training with Medicine and Pharmacy Students, Wharton & Burg