The New Social Worker:

Fall 2010, Vol. 17, No. 4

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Fall 2010, Vol. 17, No. 4 THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER

Student Role Model: Jael Cornelio & Laura Tellez

Ethics: 'Til Death Do Us Part: Does a Client Ever Stop Being a Client?

Field Placement: Fielding Challenges, Finding Strengths: Supervisors and Students Voice Their Views on Giving and Taking Supervision

Loan Forgiveness Eases Debt Burden for New Social Workers

Creating Trust and Rapport With Foreign-Born Clients

Social Work in a Public Health Tuberculosis Control Program

Protecting the Health and Well-Being of Our Nation's Children: An Evaluation of the Healthy Families America Program

International Social Work in Nigeria, Africa

Beyond Belief: Receiving Validation as a Victim of Sexual Abuse

SW 2.0: Adventures 'Round the Social Work Web

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