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Social work and the hospital

Social work and the hospital CHANGING CONCEPTS OF TRAINING, GENERIC AND SPECIALIZED 1 ALMA HARTSHORN 2 M Y AIM in this lecture is to give some accordingly underwent radical alterations. Some thought to the hospital as an institution schools of social work abolished specialized within which social work is practised, and to courses of training altogether. It was no longer consider in particular some of the opportunities quite the thing to offer courses in such fields as medical social work, child welfare, probation and and some of the problems which are presented parole. True, some more conservative schools for social work education in such a setting. did not go the whole hog, but retained their There have been a number of heated contro- versies among social workers during the short specialized courses in somewhat modified form, history of the profession. One of the most re- though perhaps a little shameface.d!y. Along cent, whose embers have perhaps not quite died with these developments m training went out even now, was the controversy between what changes in the structure of professional associa- are known as the generic and the specific ap- tions. Associations of social workers began to proaches to social work training. According to appear, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian Journal of Social Work Taylor & Francis

Social work and the hospital

Australian Journal of Social Work , Volume 16 (1): 8 – Feb 1, 1963

Social work and the hospital

Abstract

CHANGING CONCEPTS OF TRAINING, GENERIC AND SPECIALIZED 1 ALMA HARTSHORN 2 M Y AIM in this lecture is to give some accordingly underwent radical alterations. Some thought to the hospital as an institution schools of social work abolished specialized within which social work is practised, and to courses of training altogether. It was no longer consider in particular some of the opportunities quite the thing to offer courses in such fields as medical social work, child welfare, probation and and...
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0004-9565
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Abstract

CHANGING CONCEPTS OF TRAINING, GENERIC AND SPECIALIZED 1 ALMA HARTSHORN 2 M Y AIM in this lecture is to give some accordingly underwent radical alterations. Some thought to the hospital as an institution schools of social work abolished specialized within which social work is practised, and to courses of training altogether. It was no longer consider in particular some of the opportunities quite the thing to offer courses in such fields as medical social work, child welfare, probation and and some of the problems which are presented parole. True, some more conservative schools for social work education in such a setting. did not go the whole hog, but retained their There have been a number of heated contro- versies among social workers during the short specialized courses in somewhat modified form, history of the profession. One of the most re- though perhaps a little shameface.d!y. Along cent, whose embers have perhaps not quite died with these developments m training went out even now, was the controversy between what changes in the structure of professional associa- are known as the generic and the specific ap- tions. Associations of social workers began to proaches to social work training. According to appear,

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Australian Journal of Social WorkTaylor & Francis

Published: Feb 1, 1963

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