Critical Social Welfare Issues Tools for Social Work and Health Care Professionals

Skolnik, Louise; Katz, Arthur J.; Lurie, Abraham; Vidal, Carlos
August 1997
Critical Social Welfare Issues: Tools for Social Work & Health C;1997, preceding p1
This article presents information on the book "Critical Social Welfare Issues: Tools for Social Work and Health Care Professionals." It provides thought provoking and insightful analysis of some of the most challenging contemporary issues facing human services professionals in the U.S. Some of these issues include welfare reform, managed health care and HIV testing. The book discusses these issues within the context of the federal government's declining role in delivering social services for the most vulnerable members of the American society.


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