Introduction: A Path Well Taken - Reflections on Social Work in Occupational Settings
AuthorKurzman, Paul A.
JournalReflections: Narratives of Professional Helping
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DescriptionPaul A. Kurzman writes an introduction to the Spring 2010 issue of Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, dedicated to the theme of "work." He reviews Beth Lewis' opening account, "A Path Well Taken: Reflections on Social Work in Occupational Health," which distills her 30 years of experience as a member of multidisciplinary teams providing service and advocacy on behalf of workers who suffer from work-based illnesses and injuries. He then goes on to comment on Emma Lucas-Darby's "Role Change: From Community Work to Activism," Marilyn Moch's "Control and Coherence in Service Delivery: The Yugoslav Experience," Louise Simmons' entry entitled "Work and Economic Justice: Connections with Social Work," James Williams' "The Role of Labor in Transition to Social Worker," Nan Van Den Bergh's "Debriefing 9/11 through Managed Care: Balancing Ethics and Empowerment with Profit," and other articles that make up the issue.
CitationKurzman, P. A. (2010). Introduction: a path well taken - reflections on social work in occupational settings. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, Spring 2010: 2-8.
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