Click the links below to view Center-produced webinars on a variety of topics promoting social workers’ professional development and advancement of the social work profession.


What Works? Innovations in Aging Programs
March 9, 2016
Faculty from three diverse gero social work programs share their innovations for keeping their programs current and appealing, including takeaways that participants can adapt to enhance their own programs and recruit students.

Time for Change: The Hartford Change AGEnts Initiative and New Opportunities to Help Social Workers and Interprofessional Teams Improve the Care of Older Adults
August 18, 2015
This webinar highlighted the unique ways that social workers can take advantage of the programs and funding provided by the John A. Hartford Foundation’s Change AGEnts Initiative.


 The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Social Work Series


Patient-Centered Medical Homes: Opportunities for Social Workers
April 28, 2015
Anne Millheiser of Rush University Medical Center discussed opportunities for social workers in patient-centered medical homes and how educators can prepare students for these roles.

How to Become a Certified Application Counselor (CAC): Opportunities for Social Workers
October 16, 2014
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services provided step-by-step instructions on how social workers can become certified applications counselors to support healthcare coverage enrollment.

The ACA and Care Transitions: Implications for Social Work 
July 16, 2014
Paul Gould of Binghamton University and Walter Rosenberg of Rush University Medical Center explored care transition interventions and their implications for social work practice education.

The Affordable Care Act: Opportunities for Social Work Practice in Integrated Care Settings
April 22, 2014
Suzanne Daub, a Senior Integrated Health Consultant, discussed the ACA’s emphasis on integrated physical and behavioral healthcare and the knowledge, values, and skills needed to work effectively within rapidly changing integrated health settings.

The Affordable Care Act: A New Opportunity for Social Work
December 13, 2013
Robyn Golden from Rush University Medical Center and Sandy Atkins from Partners in Care Foundation explained the primary provisions of the ACA that create opportunities for new social work roles related to prevention-based programs, coordinated care, and the management and delivery of LTSS.