(SOCW 390R) Special Topics in Social Work
|Credit Hours||1.0 - 3.0 Lecture|
|Prerequisite||Admission to Major|
|Offered||Fall, Winter, Spring|
1. Students will be able to define and articulate basic medical social work: terminology, various roles of social work within a healthcare setting, and basic understanding/familiarity of local community resources.
2. Students will be able to familiarize with basic social worker roles within a healthcare setting.
3. Students will be able to construct a rationale for the selection and identification of critical elements of application and evaluation of practice approaches for work with individuals, couples, families, and groups.
4. Students will be able to articulate personal and professional values and promote the skills required to perform as valued entry-level social workers.
5. Students will be able to increase knowledge of community resources for purposes of consultation, collaboration, advocacy, referral, and networking on behalf of clients and families.
6. Students will be able to discuss the importance of self-awareness as it impacts professional practice and ethical decision-making through the application of a strengths/resilience approach to analyze the social worker role.