Guest Editorial

@article{Danis2003GuestE,
  title={Guest Editorial},
  author={Fran S. Danis and L. L. Lockhart},
  journal={Journal of Social Work Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={39},
  pages={215 - 224}
}
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EVALUATION STUDY OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL WORK AND LAW CURRICULUM FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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A pretest–posttest control group design with both law and social work students indicates that the course effectively increased knowledge about domestic violence theory and practice and differential roles, duties, and privileges of lawyers and social workers. Expand
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Development and evaluation of a social inclusion framework for a comprehensive hospital-based elder abuse intervention
A framework of social inclusion can promote equity and aid in preventing and addressing the abuse of older adults. Our objective was to build a social inclusion framework for a comprehensiveExpand
Mothers abused by intimate partners: Comparisons of those with children placed by child protective services and those without
Abstract In Western Canada, 504 mothers with children 18 years and younger participated in a study of the impacts of intimate partner violence (IPV). Of these, 68 (13.5%) had children currently takenExpand
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