5 edition of Women"s health and social work found in the catalog.
|Statement||Miriam Meltzer Olson, editor.|
|Contributions||Olson, Miriam Meltzer.|
|LC Classifications||HV687.5.U5 W66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||94003951|
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Emphasizing four core areas of women's health: drug abuse, prenatal care, HIV/AIDS, and depression, Social Work and Women's Health is a resource to improve health care for women by enhancing the knowledge, skills, and health literacy of social workers, health educators, trainers and other health professionals, and published: 01 Jan, Women’s Health and Social Work provides insights into a range of women’s health needs and feminist perspectives for understanding and dealing with them.
The contributing authors illuminate issues that affect women at different stages in the life span and from different cultural and socioeconomic : Miriam Meltzer Olson. " Ellen Annandale’s book on women’s health and social change is a landmark text" " A beautifully written book, with flowing prose and some nice pieces of visual imagery that help bring the arguments expressed to by: Discover the best Women's Health in Best Sellers.
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Sexuality remains a neglected and largely taboo area within practice, but it can be a demanding aspect of social work. Social workers may be familiar with the importance of issues such as racism and ethnicity, but sexuality is also a very significant part of people's lives, closest relationships and sense of identity.
Today, “women’s issues” are often limited to health and reproductive matters; however, almost every issue is a women’s issue that requires an intersectional gender lens, see (Social Work Speaks).
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No matter what our chosen majors or career paths, everyone needs healthcare, and the systems in which we access it reflect the structures and inequalities of society as a whole. Women, Health, & Healthcare: Readings on Social, Structural, & Systemic Issues provides an array of activist and academic perspectives on health and healthcare for women and other.
For 20 years, human services professionals have relied on Health & Social Work for the latest advances in areas such as aging, clinical work, long-term care, oncology, substance abuse, depression, and maternal health. Articles also cover research, policy, specialized services, quality assurance, in-service training, and other topics that affect the delivery of health care services.
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Feminist Social Work 6 Relocating Social Work 8 Researching Feminist Social Work Practice 12 The Structure of the Book 14 Notes 15 1 Theorising Feminist Social Work Practice 17 Introduction 17 Creating New Understandings of Women’s Lives 19 Feminist Theories Encompass a Range of Positions 23 Reconceptualising Feminist Social Work Theory and.
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In developing countries, where the death toll is the highest, women are rarely educated on contraception and safe sex. Hanmer and Statham’s text, Women and Social Work, for example, develops what they term a “woman-centred practice,” and makes the case that, since women are the majority of social workers and service users, a commonality of gendered experience, along the lines of “being female, their relationships with men, children, living within the family, employment and working Cited by:.
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