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In 2015, NASW partnered with SmartBrief to launch Social Work SmartBrief, a daily e-mail newsletter specifically designed to provide professional social workers with the day’s top stories from the field, career insights, as well as opportunities for professional development.
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NASW News: NASW News is the flagship publication of the National Association of Social Workers, the largest association of professional social workers in the United States.
NASW-FL is reaching out to you in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. It is our sincere hope that each of you is safe and has food, water and housing. Please let us know if you need any assistance NASW-FL can provide.
We also want to ask if you are able to offer any assistance in your area to local members. If you are able to offer assistance, please email the type of assistance, phone number, email address and location to email@example.com.
If you are able to help others in more sustainable ways or wish to volunteer to help various areas of Florida, please register with the Red Cross:
The first ethical principle of our Code of Ethics is “Service.” Social workers’ primary goal is to help people in need and to address social problems. As we face the tremendous task of rebuilding our communities in Florida, NASW-FL is committed to provide leadership and resources for its membership. We hope each of you will join us in our efforts.
Below are some links to resources you may use and share for recovery efforts.
Thank you for your continued support and participation.
Jim Akin, NASW-FL Executive Director
Katharine Campbell, NASW-FL President
Basic Recovery Resources:
NASW Florida 2017
Diversity Survey Results Overview
We want to thank those members who took time to share their important input with the Florida Chapter. The NASW Member Diversity Survey 2017 consisted of a 20 Likert-style items and seven open-ended items. Six percent (N=297) of the NASW Florida members responded to some or all the items on the survey. The table included below sums the responses to the first 20 items of the survey. Many members were not aware of what NASW Florida is doing in response to advocacy for many groups of citizens living in Florida. Most members are not aware of the Diversity Plan for local units or the Florida Chapter. A significant number is not aware of significant efforts by the Florida Chapter to address diversity dialogue between divided communities. There is also a perception that local units do not have a balanced representation of diverse groups of social workers.
NASW-FL has a monthly electronic newsletter and a printed bulletin sent to all current FL Chapter members..
The electronic newsletter will keep you informed of current events and issues, upcoming local Unit and continuing education events, along with ways to become more involved. We hope you enjoy receiving these monthly updates directly to your e-mail inbox,
The printed Bulletin will continue to include important highlights about NASW and the social work profession with a little more depth.
To view the latest e-newsletter or printed PDF bulletin, please click on the link.
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