More and more people are giving up their pets to city-run shelters due to housing insecurity — and in response, the city’s not-for-profit animal care agency has hired social workers to help New Yorkers keep their best friends.
Archive for September 2022
Opioid prescriptions for individuals receiving workers’ compensation in Michigan
Keeping New Yorkers and Their Pets Together in Tough Times
Disrupting Settler Colonial Microaggressions: Implications for Social Work
This Teen Was Prescribed 10 Psychiatric Drugs. She’s Not Alone.
Increasingly, anxious and depressed teens are using multiple, powerful psychiatric drugs, many of them untested in adolescents or for use in tandem.
Configural properties of face portraits change between childhood and adulthood
Effects of physical activity interventions for caregivers of adults: A meta-analysis.
Anxiety following myocardial infarction: A systematic review of psychological interventions.
Why were the police attacked on January 6th? Emergent norms, focus theory, and invisible expectations.
Arab Muslim Mothers’ Struggle Attributing Meaning to Child Loss in Home Accidents
The crowd dynamics and collective stupidity of the January 6 riot: Theoretical analyses and prescriptions for a collectively wiser future.
“I’ll be there with you”: Social influence and cultural emergence at the capitol on January 6.
Incremental theories of emotion across time: Temporal dynamics and correlates of change.
Recalling autobiographical self-efficacy episodes boosts reappraisal-effects on negative emotional memories.
Veteran and romantic partner goals for family involvement in PTSD treatment: A qualitative study of dyads.
STAND STEADI: Encouraging Fall Prevention Across the Healthcare Team
Language production impairments in patients with a first episode of psychosis
Introducing ECD 2.0: A New Framework for Science-Informed Investment in the Early Foundations of Health and Development
Evaluation as a moral practice: The case of virtue ethics
Muscles, popularity, social capital, and computer skills: Examining “power” in cyberbullying
Social workers ease pressure on Gold Coast’s stretched mental health services
Gold Coast Community Legal Centre is using social workers to help meet demand. The social workers support clients in digesting legal information and connecting them to other services, such as Centrelink.
UP in Blended Format for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in the Spanish National Health System
Trumping the Centers for Disease Control: A Case Comparison of the CDC’s Response to COVID-19, H1N1, and Ebola
Attendance, Completion, and Heterogeneous Returns to College: A Causal Mediation Approach
If You Thought This Summer’s Heat Waves Were Bad, Here’s Some Disturbing News
What that means in practice is if you’re a rich country like the U.S., most people can afford or find air conditioning. But if you’re in the tropics, where about half the world’s population lives and poverty is higher, the heat is a more serious problem for a good part of the year. And a large percentage of people there work outside in agriculture.
Are antipsychotics effective adjunctive Tx for patients with moderate-to-severe depression?
A real eye-opener: Nursing home staff experiences of co-designing nursing home services together with residents
Desirable Biases: Self-Enhancement Is Seen as Biased and Bad, Other-Enhancement Is Seen as Biased but Good
The interplay of post-acute COVID-19 syndrome and aging: a biological, clinical and public health approach
Recentring anti-racist practice in social work education and training in England: a qualitative study
The impact of body image on mental and physical health
Sexual behaviours and sexual health among middle-aged and older adults in Britain
‘It just fundamentally reflects the best of social work’: Social Worker’s Practice Understandings and Experience of the Best Interests Assessor role
Saudi Women’s Attitudes Toward Advocacy for Women’s Rights
The Moral Significance of Aesthetics in Nature Imagery
The biggest societal changes and how they will impact on social work
Dr. Finola Farrant, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Arden University describes how recent paradigm shifts in society – and those yet to come – will affect the world of social work.