Sydney Hans is studying how home visits from a doula help young mothers and their children
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A number of new substance abuse treatment methods rethink how counselors help clients move to sobriety.
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Susan Lambert says stability is good for employees and bosses
White House highlights UChicago violence prevention research
Harold Pollack says recent research highlights need to increase number of schools serving poor children
Harold Pollack comments on the role of motivational interviewing and similar techniques to change people’s behavior
Susan Lambert discusses the push to give steadier shifts to part-timers
Article cites Melissa Roderick’s study, which found that 82 percent of CPS freshmen are on track to graduate
Let’s Talk About Death Panels, Op-Ed by Harold Pollack
UChicago Crime Lab study that finds 2013-2014 the least violent school year since 2007
Harold Pollack discusses the implications of the Supreme Court ruling on compulsory union dues for disability care
Michael Jogerst has career advice for social work students and graduates
Waldo E. Johnson, Jr. to give keynote at Woods Hole Juneteenth Celebration
Harold Pollack says Obamacare is the best way to improve mental health services
William Sites and Virginia Parks: Anti-discrimination efforts historically lessened racial employment gap
Sydney Hans: Doulas Help Mother-Baby Relationships
Harold Pollack: New RomneyCare study gives glimpse of ObamaCare costs
Aug 25, 12:00 PM: Food for Thought
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