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Ethics and Managed Care slides notes
This presentation examines the impact of managed care service structures on ethical standards of practice, especially as they pertain to informed consent and details how practitioners can provide ethical services within this structure.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Kimberly J Strom-Gottfried
Applicable Courses: Ethics in Social Work Practice, Health Policy, Health Practice, Mental Health Policy, Mental Health Practice
Topics: Ethics

Factors Influencing the Retention of Specially Educated Public Child Welfare Workers slides notes
This presentation details retention statistics for MSW-level child welfare workers, discusses variables influencing retention and provides recommendations for increasing retention of MSW child welfare workers.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Nancy S Dickinson
Applicable Courses: Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Social Work Education
Topics: Children and Families, Social Work Education

Opening Doors: Consumer Dialogues as Strategies for Change slides notes
This presentation examines the findings of a consumer-student dialogue project designed to see how dialogue with consumers might affect MSW students' attitudes toward people with mental illness.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Anna Scheyett, Mimi Kim
Applicable Courses: Discrimination and Inequality, Mental Health Practice, Social Work Education
Topics: Mental Health

Reconciling Competing Values in the Delivery of Child Welfare Services Under ASFA, MEPA, and Community-Based Child Protection slides notes
This presentation examines the sometimes conflicting values within the American child welfare system and recommends strategies to reconcile these conflicts.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Richard P Barth, Judith Goodhand, Nancy S Dickinson
Applicable Courses: Child and Adolescent Practice, Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Ethics in Social Work Practice, Family Development and HBSE, Organization and Community Practice
Topics: Children and Families

Results Management: Principles and Strategies slides notes
This presentation explores the implementation of results management, a decision management and resource allocation strategy focusing on the impact of intervention and prevention activities on clients.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2002
Authors: Gary L Bowen, Dennis K Orthner
Applicable Courses: Organization and Community Practice
Topics: Community

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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.