Educating for practice in a changing world: Implications of the genetics revolution
This book presents plenary session and seminar papers presented at a social work faculty development retreat sponsored by the School of Social Work and Community Planning of the University of Maryland at Baltimore and funded by the Genetic Diseases Services Branch, Division of Maternal and Child Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Topics included preparing students for practice, myths and realities of human genetics, contemporary genetic services, ethical issues, social work research opportunities, psychosocial impact of a genetic diagnosis, social networks as support for families, genetics and psychiatric disorders, and meeting clients' service needs.
- Rauch JB (Ed.)
- Baltimore, MD: University of Maryland, School of Social Work and Community Planning, 1984
- 177 pp.
- Genetics education
- Originating Agency Type
- MCHB, Project
- Target Audience