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#1Kate R. WatsonH-Index: 1
#2Ron Avi AstorH-Index: 45
Last. Michael S. KellyH-Index: 17
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Despite extensive reports during the COVID-19 pandemic of the academic challenges facing students, and the effects of online learning on academic achievements, we have little information regarding the needs and difficulties of K-12 students and their families from a social work perspective. The present article shares findings from a nationwide survey of 1,275 school social workers (SSWs) reporting on their clients-schools, children, and families-during the spring 2020 COVID-19 school closures. S...
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COVID-19 has illustrated the urgency of promoting integrated healthcare as the model of the future, with social workers not only supporting the physical and mental health of providers and patients, but also leading efforts to transform systems, policies, and social work education. Primary care, where the role of social workers is continuing to grow, is a central location for integrating the treatment of medical, social, and behavioral problems. In these settings, social workers can take the lead...
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#1Sameena AzharH-Index: 4
#2Anne S. J. FarinaH-Index: 5
Last. Susan KlumpnerH-Index: 1
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The health of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities remains an understudied area of racial/ethnic minority research in the United States, and even more so in the field of social work. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how AAPI health and social welfare issues have not received adequate attention in social policy, social work practice, and research. Contrary to model minority myths, AAPIs are subject to racialized attitudes and discrimination, which have been associated with ...
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#1Monica M. MatthieuH-Index: 19
Last. Kimberly K. GarnerH-Index: 10
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#1Nellie AlcarazH-Index: 1
#2Liza LorenzettiH-Index: 6
Last. Rita DhungelH-Index: 2
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In the early months of COVID-19's proliferation through Canadian communities, the now largely documented uneven impacts and burdens of the illness were emerging. Among the early COVID-19 casualties were workers in Alberta's meatpacking plants, with infection rates so high that the news quickly gained international attention. The Cargill meatpacking plant, overwhelmingly staffed by temporary foreign workers with no permanent status or citizenship rights, was the site of the largest single coronav...
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The research aims were to explore the lived experiences of Health Professional Staff (HPs) in Private Primary and Private Community Care during the COVID-19 pandemic and to compare those experiences of HPs. The objectives of the study were to explore the lived experiences of HPs, including their views and feelings and to compare the different staff groups. A qualitative inductive approach was justified because the research question is an exploration of participants views/perceptions and feelings...
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