Samford University’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center is celebrating Health Care Simulation Week, Sept. 16-20, in partnership with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
During this annual event, Samford families come together to enjoy campus and build community with other Samford families.
Continuing education for social workers: Supervision is time-intensive and demanding. This Fall 2019 training will focus on the uses of authority, leadership, adult learning, and stages of development that inform supervisors in guiding developing professionals. Attention will be given to formative supervision in both administrative and clinical roles. Supervision, 3 CEUs.
As part of Samford University's Family Weekend, the School of Public Health invites you to drop by for coffee with Dean Keith Elder.
From reunions, tailgates, Alumni of the Year Awards, and much more, this is a weekend that you will cherish for a life time.
At the College of Health Sciences' Open House for Graduate Programs, prospective students can learn more about their program of interest, meet our faculty and tour our state-of-the-art facilities. Click on "Learn More" to see a full list of the program's participating on November 8.
Continuing education for social workers: David Cecil, Ph.D., LCSW, will lead a discussion of major categories and trends of DSM 5 use (e.g., the DSM 5 Alternative Model for Personality Disorders) and current diagnostic practices. This includes cutting edge research on etiology, including the latest on neuroscience related to mental disorders. Clinical, 3 CEUs.
Continuing education for social workers: Working with traumatized children can be a challenging and disorienting experience for parents and practitioners. Many interventions and strategies targeted at changing behavior don't work and leave everyone involved frustrated and discouraged. Understanding the impact of trauma and poor attachment. Clinical, 3 CEUs.
Continuing education for social workers: As social workers, it is not uncommon that we find ourselves in situations where the law, our ethical code, and our faith collide. How do we work through these situations to develop a course of action? For example, just recently, the National Public Radio reported a story that volunteers that have been aiding migrants crossing the Southwest border by leaving water are being taken to trial by the Federal Government. Legal cases that have set precedent for social workers will also be presented. This presentation will cover best practice and give opportunity for application. Ethics, 2 CEUs
Continuing education for social workers: Churches like other faith-based organizations run programs for the spiritual growth and discipleship of its members. However, very few churches get an objective assessment and evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of their programs, which may lead to stagnation or decline. Hence, the need for church revitalization (often led by a Church Consultant). This CEU will help you ascertain if your church needs a Church Consultant. 3 CEUs
Continuing education for social workers: Supervision is time-intensive and demanding. This summer 2020 training will focus on the uses of authority, leadership, adult learning, and stages of development that inform supervisors in guiding developing professionals. Attention will be given to formative supervision in both administrative and clinical roles. Supervision, 3 CEUs.