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NSWM Policy Fellows Poster Presentation Webinar Series 3: Beyond the Hackathon: Measuring the Impact of Child Welfare Hackathons, Online Student Wellness: Examples of Technology-Enhanced Activities, Programs, and Services That Can Promote Wellness, and The Next Generation Safety Net: Addressing Barriers to Care for Long-Term Care Services and Supports.

Gaitán, Idalia; Wallach, Neva; Marquart, Matthea S.; Johnson, Kimson

The Network for Social Work Management Policy Fellows program offers practical training in social work management for emerging and mid-career leaders seeking new experiences and skill sets. The nine month leadership and professional development experience equips participants with core management competencies to inspire, organize, and work effectively with others to advance the public good.

In this webinar series, 2017-2018 Policy Fellows will present their posters from the 29th Annual Management Conference, "Disruptive Leadership: Maximizing Inclusion, Invention and Innovation in Human Services."

- Host and moderator: Idalia G. Gaitán
- Neva Wallach, MSW, "Beyond the Hackathon: Measuring the Impact of Child Welfare Hackathons"
- Matthea Marquart, MSSW, "Online Student Wellness: Examples of Technology-Enhanced Activities, Programs, and Services That Can Promote Wellness"​
- Kimson Johnson, MSW, "The Next Generation Safety Net: Addressing Barriers to Care for Long-Term Care Services and Supports"

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More About This Work

Academic Units
Social Work
Publisher
The Network for Social Work Management
Published Here
October 5, 2018
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