Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Award
Master of Social Work (MSW)
1 online resource (50p.)
Social work education -- Oregon, Nursing homes -- Employees -- Oregon
Early in the fall of 1973, the Oregon Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) decided to sponsor a statewide training project in cooperation with seven chapters in other Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW) regions across the United States. These workshops were to comprise Stage I of a two-stage plan; they were to serve as demonstration projects. Their planning, implementation and evaluation were to be seriously reviewed and studied afterword in an attempt to devise a model, or models, for Stage II, when a great number of such workshops would be held across the nation. The training plan ensued as part of a contract between NASW and the Health Resource Administration of DHEW, and was entitled Project Provide.
The purpose of the contract was to train social work designees and consultants who are employed in Long Term Care Facilities (LTCF). The objective of the training was to initiate and/or improve appropriate social services to reduce the unmet social and human needs of residents and their families.
Williams, Corrine C., "Designing and evaluating workshop "bridges" : a training project to upgrade social services in long term care facilities" (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1759.