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LGBTQ
LGBTQ is an abbreviation that gives society a label for people who are attracted to the same sex. Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transsexual, and Queer.
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social work interprofessional collaboration
Interprofessional collaboration is an important aspect of hospital social work. Collaboration within different departments inside the hospital and with outside organizations is essential to providing clients with the help they need. I am completing my practicum at a local hospital, where I am also an employee. We work to provide care management and discharge planning...
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social work mental health
We are living in a time when mental health problems are not only at an all-time high but also recognized more than ever. There has been a stigma around mental health issues, often causing them to be viewed from a negative perspective. Therefore, discovering you have mental health issues can often cause fear or a...
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social work domestic violence
Domestic violence is the "intentional and consistent use of power to control an intimate partner. It includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten, terrorize, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt, injure, or wound their partner—or someone their partner loves".1 A person can be experiencing DV if they find themselves being controlled by the words and...
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social work bsw healing
Have you ever wondered why it’s easier to make friends in a college dorm than in a classroom? How about why you can study in a library, but not in your living room? Architecture and the physical environment can dramatically impact the type of human behaviors therein. This blog explores the behavior impacts of the...
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social work united way
We all have a stake in each other’s success. When a child succeeds in school, a parent finds long-term employment, or hungry people are fed, the entire community benefits. The solutions that are created for community need go beyond short-term charity for a few. The United Way strives to raise money, organize events, and create...
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social work international overdose awareness day
Kentucky alone has been extensively battling the drug epidemic and overdose complexities. Overdosing is when a person consumes higher doses of a chemical substance than their body can feasibly tolerate. In 2021, it was reported that 2,250 Kentuckians died from a drug overdose; this is a 14.5% increase from the prior year. Unfortunately, 2020 saw...
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social work vicarious trauma
Vicarious trauma is the accruing effect of being exposed to someone else’s trauma. It frequently occurs in people who engage with trauma survivors or witness traumatic events, especially on a repetitive basis.
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social work older adults
Living past 75-years-old is what is known as being in the biological elite due to living past the current average life expectancy. As you may expect, 100-year-olds do suffer from illness and functional limitations greater than younger cohorts of older adults (Youdin, 2014). However, when a 100-year-old has a high degree of acceptance of the...
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Social Work Student Quotes
EKU’s 100% online social work degrees provide students with the strong foundation needed to become ethical, culturally inclusive leaders ready to build on human and social assets in a changing world. EKU’s social work programs are real-world focused, providing the skills needed to strengthen your community and positively impact the lives of individuals and families....
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