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Cocaine Abusing Women Who Report Sexual Abuse: Implications for Treatment slides notes
This lecture presents a study asking how cocaine abusing women who have been sexually abused may differ from their non-sexually abused counterparts

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Amelia C Roberts, Raymond S Kirk
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women, Research and Research Methods
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Health, Mental Health, Substance Abuse

Contextualizing depression and physical functioning in battered women: Adding vulnerability and resources to the analysis slides notes
This lecture provides information relating to the mental health and physical health of women facing intimate partner violence. The study presented examines the relationships between physical, psychological, and sexual abuse along with vulnerability appraisals, positive and negative social relations, and socioeconomic resources on battered women’s depression and physical functioning.

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Rebecca J Macy
Applicable Courses: Family and Child Practice, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Research and Research Methods
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Mental Health

Development of innovative group work practice using the intervention research paradigm slides notes
This lecture provides information pertaining to the use of the intervention research paradigm when developing treatment interventions. The stages involved in the intervention research paradigm are presented, as well as two case studies.

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Maeda J Galinsky, Andrea Meier
Applicable Courses: Child and Adolescent Practice, Family and Child Practice, Group Work, Mental Health Practice, Research and Research Methods
Topics: Children and Families, Mental Health

Globalizing Social Movement Theory: The Case of Eugenics slides notes
This presentation is drawn from an article which examines the trajectory of the 20th century eugenics movement in order to explore the role of global factors in the success of transnational movements

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Deborah Barrett, Charles Kurzman
Applicable Courses: Research and Research Methods, Social Policy
Topics: Community, Diverse Populations, Policy

Infusing public health content into foundation and advanced social work courses slides notes
This lecture provides information advocating for the use of public health content in the social work curriculum. The article discusses the link between public health and social work values, existing sources to provide social work instructors with public health information, and potential barriers to implementing the use of public health content in social work curriculums.

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Kathleen A Rounds
Applicable Courses: Health Policy, Social Work Education
Topics: Health, Social Work Education

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Research to Teaching Initiative

School of Social Work
University of North Carolina
325 Pittsboro Street, Room 345; CB# 3550
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3550

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact:

Teresa Ilinitch, MSW
Clinical Instructor and
Field Advisor
School of Social Work
 (919) 962-4366
teresatl@email.unc.edu


This project is supported by the Distance Education Initiative, Office of the Provost, UNC-CH, and by the School of Social Work, UNC-CH.