The Link Between Social Work Education and the Social Worker’s Reported Ability to Respond to the Needs of Anglophone and Allophone Clients Directly or Indirectly Affected by Substance Abuse

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Link Between Social Work Education and the Social Worker’s Reported Ability to Respond to the Needs of Anglophone and Allophone Clients Directly or Indirectly Affected by Substance Abuse
Abstract
The author undertook a random survey of social workers working with Anglophone and Allophone populations on the island of Montreal to evaluate the workers perceived ability to recognize and respond to the needs of this client group. She draws links to the various ways in which social workers developed their knowledge about addiction and to the worker's formal social work education. She concludes that there is an inadequacy in the formal social work education to address the problem of substance abuse.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
McGill University
Place
Montreal
Date
1997
# of Pages
68p.
Language
en
Citation
Lannaman, Christine F. “The Link Between Social Work Education and the Social Worker’s Reported Ability to Respond to the Needs of Anglophone and Allophone Clients Directly or Indirectly Affected by Substance Abuse.” Master’s Thesis, McGill University, 1997.
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