Jeanette Foster SSWLHC President – July 2021 – June 2023 May 2023 It has been a while since I have shared a message with the SSWLHC community. With so much going on, I wanted to offer some updates as we are ushered well into Spring by super blooms and cherry blossoms, longer days, and singularly […]
The conference committee has already received an impressive selection of conference proposals, but we know there are more ideas out there! Call for Abstracts
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SSWLHC’s Advocacy & Social Policy Committee is launching a new program to engage members in advocacy for healthcare social workers and the communities they serve. Our partners at NASW will share the importance of social work advocacy and provide tools to do national and local policy work. They will also update us on current initiatives. […]
NASW recently added a new blog post on Medicare Unwinding for 2023 – check out this timely information here.
Registration for the March 2nd & 3rd Leadership Insitute is now open. This virtual event will be filled with two days of learning and personal exploration. For more information and to register today, please visit our Institute home page.
Ida M. Cannon Award Winner: Alicia Tennenbaum Senior Director of Social Work and Case Management Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hyman J. Weiner Award Winner: Myra Glajchen Director of Education and Training,MJHS Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care Joan Upshaw Award Winner: Bonnie Geld President and CEO The Center for Case Management Congratulations to this year’s awardees! […]
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A recent Harvard Business Review article by Raffaella Sadun and colleagues (HBR July-August 2022) explored the skills most needed by leaders at this time in our history. The conclusion? Companies need leaders who are good with people! As social workers, we have honed our “social” or “people skills” to a higher degree than most other leadership candidates. This is our opportunity […]