Here are five features that tell the story of an innovative project and care model in which social workers and students provided mental and behavioral health services in a primary care setting.
Meet one of our master of social work student interns.
Meet one of our Gulf Coast-area field supervisors who works with Child Protection Services.
Meet one of our Hattiesburg-area field supervisors who works as a hospice/medical social worker.
An important development that I nearly missed - At their recent annual meeting in San Diego, voting representatives of the more than 25,000 members of the American Public Health Association (APHA) approved a policy that identifies violence associated with "law enforcement" as a major public health concern. (You can read about it here - https://filtermag.org/2018/11/15/the-american-public-health-association-declares-police-violence-a-public-health-issue/) … Continue reading Public health workers declare police violence a public health issue
USM School of Social Work faculty & students attend & present at the 47th Annual Alabama-Mississippi Social Work Education Conference.
The first of a two-day research project in south Mississippi on disaster resiliency and preparedness resulted in 168 completed surveys.
You can register for the Nov. 14 Colloquium for $45 or free as a student. Theme: "Beyond 'Advocacy' - New Movements for Lasting Change."
Student Name Ryan Godwin, BSW, Newton, Mississippi Agency Name / City / Semester Institute for Disability Studies / Hattiesburg / Fall 2018 What are your responsibilities as an intern? As an intern at IDS, I am responsible for keeping thorough notes regarding each client visit, reviewing client files for errors or missing forms, making copies … Continue reading Field Intern Spotlight: Ryan Godwin
IDS at Southern Miss assists Mississippians with disabilities and their families.