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Geriatric Integrative Seminar

SW693, Section 001

The University of Michigan School of Social Work Geriatric Fellowship Integrative Seminar is a multimethods course designed to supplement the Aging concentration curriculum with further information (a didactic component) and indepth case studies/field examples (a practice-based component). The course will cover several thematic Units (successful aging, diversity, physical health, mental health, end of life issues, and health care system/health policy issues), each of which will include a discussion of practice-based interventions from the four concentration methods: Interpersonal Practice (IP), Management of Human Services (MHS), Community Organizing (CO), and Social Policy and Evaluation (SPE). The seminar will also provide a forum in which Geriatric Fellows can receive practical feedback as well as guidance in networking/job search strategies as they near graduation.

Semester: Fall 2016
Instructors: Spencer, Beth, Ruth E. Dunkle
Category: AG Methods
U-M Class #: 14860
Time: Thu 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 1804 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

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