inSocialWork - The Podcast Series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work

By University at Buffalo School of Social Work

inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.

  1. 1.
    Episode 295 - Back to School This Fall: Addressing Trauma's Impact: Karen Gross
    38:38
  2. 2.
    Episode 294 - Domestic Violence Response Teams: Examining Motivations for Implementation of a Police-Advocate Partnership: Dr. Laura Johnson
    21:36
  3. 3.
    Episode 293 - "Making Whiteness Strange": Exploring Anti-Racist Social Work Education: Dr. Donna Jeffery
    33:54
  4. 4.
    Episode 292 - Public Perceptions of Marijuana Use, Legalization, and Community Health Risks: Stella Resko, PhD., Jennifer Ellis
    31:57
  5. 5.
    Episode 291 - Talking (or Not) about Sexual Violence within Mainstream Media: Millan AbiNader, PhD
    35:31
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    Episode 290 - The Impact of Student Loan Debt on Subjective Well-Being: Examining the Role of Economic and Non-Economic Factors: Katrina Cherney, PhD
    37:43
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    Episode 289 - PC-Care: In-Home PCIT Intervention for Children: Lindsay Armendariz, M.S. & Brandi Hawk, Ph.D.
    27:24
  8. 8.
    Episode 288 - Mapping the Federal Legislative Response to the Opioid Epidemic: Elizabeth Bowen, PhD, & Andrew Irish, MSW
    42:38
  1. 9.
    Episode 287 - Bridging the Gap Between Education and Social Work: "Plunge Into Buffalo -Trauma-Informed Care in a School Setting: Stephanie Stodolka, LMSW
    35:49
  2. 10.
    Episode 286 - Constructing Pathways of Change: Using Implementation Science to Advance Social Work Practice and Address Research-to-Practice Gaps: Dr. Julia Moore
    34:02
  3. 11.
    Episode 285 - Social Work Practice and Gun Safety in the United States: Can Social Workers prevent gun violence?: Drs. Patricia Logan-Greene & Mickey Sperlich
    31:28
  4. 12.
    Episode 284 - COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities in Social Work Field Education during a Global Pandemic: Laura Lewis, PhD; Daniel Fischer, LMSW
    25:54
  5. 13.
    Episode 283 - Dr. Robin Leake: Child Welfare and COVID-19: Ensuring safety and well-being in a global pandemic
    26:40
  6. 14.
    Episode 282 - Dr. Felicity Northcott: International Social Service: The Social Worker for Social Workers
    45:13
  7. 15.
    Episode 281 - Dr. Kelly Jackson and Dr. Gina Miranda Samuels: Multiracial Attunement: Shifting Social Work Towards a Culture of Inclusivity
    40:54
  8. 16.
    Episode 280 - Elaine Birchall: Hoarding: Assessment, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment
    45:11
  9. 17.
    Episode 279 - Dr. Ashley Curry: "I Don't Want a New Worker. Where's My Old Worker?": Relationship Disruptions Between Youth and Child Welfare Professionals
    35:30
  10. 18.
    Episode 278 - Dr. John Gallagher: It's all about relationships: Drug Courts - what are they and how do they work? (part 2 of 2)
    48:03
  11. 19.
    Happy Holidays 2019 from the Podcast Team!
    0:30
  12. 20.
    Episode 277 - Lakshmi Iyer: Exploring Opportunities for Social Impact and Social Innovation through Public-Private Partnerships
    41:47
  13. 21.
    Episode 276 - Dr. John Gallagher: It's all about relationships: Drug Courts - what are they and how do they work? (part 1 of 2)
    33:47
  14. 22.
    Episode 275 - Victoria Grinman: Exploring the Possibilities and Opportunities for Post-Traumatic Growth Among Parents of Children with Autism
    42:35
  15. 23.
    Episode 274 - Cristina Mogro-Wilson: Exploring the Impact of Culture on the Parenting Styles of Latino Fathers
    31:44
  16. 24.
    Episode 273 - Ashley Davis and Rebecca Mirick: Only liberal views welcome? Experiences of conservative students in BSW education
    38:20
  17. 25.
    Episode 272 - Tracey Feild and Cynthia Weiskittel: Better Decisions for Better Results: Continuous Quality Improvement
    27:48
  18. 26.
    Episode 271 - Susan A. Green: Creating Trauma-Informed Organizations: Planning, Implementing, and Sustaining Transformational Change
    39:29
  19. 27.
    Episode 270 - Dr. Will White: Into the Wild: Adventure-Based Therapy
    48:27
  20. 28.
    Episode 269 - Dr. Judith Herman: Issues and Perspectives on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care in the Age of the #MeToo Movement
    38:45
  21. 29.
    Episode 268 - Dr. Victor Manalo: "Mayor Vic": Social Work Careers in Politics
    47:35
  22. 30.
    Episode 267 - Dr. Robert T. Muller: Working with Trauma Survivors: Therapeutic Approaches and Strategies for Promoting Posttraumatic Growth
    37:18
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    Episode 266 - R. Bong Vergara: Running a Social Enterprise as a Professional Social Worker
    51:08
  24. 32.
    Episode 265 - Dr. Lorinda Parks and Dr. Robert Keefe: Using ‘Centering Pregnancy’ to Address Postpartum Depression
    27:27
  25. 33.
    Episode 264 - Carrie Draper and Dr. Kirk Foster: Exploring the Integration of Social Workers into the Library Setting
    40:47
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    Episode 263 - Dr. Nancy Kusmaul: Trauma-Informed Care in Residential Long-Term Care for Older Adults
    22:45
  27. 35.
    Episode 262 - Dr. Lisa Reyes Mason: Social Work Research on Global Environmental Change: Past, Present, and Future Directions
    36:04
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    Episode 261 - Dr. Stephanie Elias Sarabia and Dr. Kathleen Ray: Lessons Learned from Portugal’s Drug Decriminalization Policy: Educating Students on Alternative Models
    40:10
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    Episode 260 - Dr. Alan Delmerico: Geospatial Analysis: "Where" Matters
    22:19
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    Episode 259 - Dr. Annahita Ball, Dr. Elizabeth Bowen, and Dr. Annette Semanchin-Jones: Cross-Systems Collaboration: Examining the Perspectives and Experiences of Vulnerable Youth and Service Providers
    24:37
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    Episode 258 - Dr. Sandra Lane: Community Health and Community Violence: The Relationship and Impacts
    38:26
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    Episode 257 - Jodie Bargeron: Childhood and Mid-Life Antecedents of Adult Self-Neglect
    22:58
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    Episode 256 - Dr. Lawrence Palinkas: Translation and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice
    30:52
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    Episode 255 - Dr. D. Crystal Coles: Privatization in Public Child Welfare...Good for the State or Good for the Child?
    41:55
  35. 43.
    Episode 254 - Dr. Christopher Larrison: How the Use of Apps Helps People with Mental Illness Forge Relationships and Develop Social Networks
    28:42
  36. 44.
    Happy Holidays 2018 from the Podcast Team!
    0:38
  37. 45.
    Episode 253 - Dr. Philip Hong: Support, Employment Hope, and Economic Self-Sufficiency Among Low-Income Jobseekers
    51:32
  38. 46.
    Episode 252 - Dr. Lauren McInroy: Participation in Online Fandom Communities and Identity Development of LGBTQ+ Youth
    44:44
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    Episode 251 - Dr. Hilary Copp and Dr. William Koehler: A Comparison of Urban and Rural Middle and High School Teachers' Attitudes and Observations About LGBT Students
    22:30
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    Episode 250 - Dr. Richard Smith and Dr. Amanda Lehning: Aging in Place in Gentrifying Neighborhoods: Implications for Physical and Mental Health
    42:45
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    Episode 249 - Dr. Louanne Bakk: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Cost-Related Nonadherence and Medicare Part D
    22:25
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    Episode 248 - Stephanie Diez: Internet Gaming Disorder Among Youth: Research, Policy, and Practice Considerations
    29:39

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