JSWE Focuses on Education During the Pandemic

Published on : September 23, 2021

A special issue of the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) released this month offers 19 articles that focus on best practices and lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and prior natural disasters.

CSWE members can access each article for free by clicking on “JSWE Online” in the bottom right corner of the CSWE homepage and logging in to reach the JSWE site on Taylor & Francis Online.

“The last similar experience was the 1918 pandemic, and that happened during a time when the social work profession was still emerging,” said JSWE Editor-in-Chief Danielle Parrish, PhD, MSW, an associate professor at the Diana G. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University. “Our hope was to gather important research and the lessons learned about navigating education during the COVID-19 pandemic with an eye toward how these could apply to future disruptions, be they pandemics or natural disasters like storms or flooding.”

JSW-Special-Issue-Thumb.pngWatch the CSWE Critical Conversations video featuring Dr. Parrish and co-editors Dr. Nalini Negi (University of Maryland, Baltimore) and Dr. Cristina Mogro-Wilson (UConn Health) to learn more about the production of this special issue.

More than 90 articles were submitted for review, more than any special issue in the last 15 years.

“CSWE would like to thank the authors, reviewers, and editors for their efforts to produce exceptional research in these extraordinary times,” said CSWE President and CEO Darla Spence Coffey, PhD, MSW.

Special Issue on Teaching, Field Instruction, and Administration in the Time of Pandemic or Natural Disaster

Editorial—Teaching, Field Instruction, and Administration in the Time of Pandemic or Natural Disaster Cristina Mogro-Wilson, Nalini Negi, & Danielle Parrish
 
Paving the Path for Tele–Mental Health Services: Transitions in a Student-Led Behavioral Health Clinic During COVID-19
Kelli E. Canada, Danielle Easter, & Anthony Banks
 
Teaching Note—Preparing Social Workers for the Digital Future of Social Work Practice
Faye Mishna, Jane E. Sanders, Karen M. Sewell, & Elizabeth Milne
 
We Move On and Get It Done: Educating Social Workers Through a Pandemic
Stacy A. Gherardi, Jason R. Mallonee, & Erika Gergerich
 
A Hand in the Fog: Graduate Students as Virtual Peer Mentors in the COVID-19 Crisis
Diane B. Mitschke, Regina T. Praetorius, Karen Magruder, Isabella Hong, Ha Thi Khanh Tran, & Ricka Mammah
 
Teaching Note—Teaching Socially Just Culturally Competent Practice Online: Pedagogical Challenges and Lessons Learned During the Pandemic
Eunjung Lee, Toula Kourgiantakis, & Ran Hu
 
Assessing a Trauma-Informed Approach to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Higher Education: A Mixed Methods Study
Liza Barros-Lane, Dana S. Smith, Dawn McCarty, Sandra Perez, & Leslie Sirrianni
 
Social Work Educators’ Opportunities During COVID-19: A Roadmap for Trauma-Informed Teaching During Crisis
Laurel Iverson Hitchcock, Johanna Creswell Báez, Melanie Sage, Matthea Marquart, Kaitlyn Lewis, & Nancy J. Smyth
 
Teaching Note—Teaching Trauma Content Online During COVID-19: A Trauma-Informed and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Dee Sherwood, Karen VanDeusen, Bridget Weller, & Jessica Gladden
 
Teaching Note—Virtual Practice Fridays: Responding to Disruptions Caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Field and Classroom
Toula Kourgiantakis, Ran Hu, Susan Ramsundarsingh, Yu Lung, & Keri J. West
 
COVID-19 and Social Work Field Education: A Descriptive Study of Students’ Experiences
Ashley Davis & Rebecca G. Mirick
 
Field Placement Termination During COVID 19: Lessons on Forced Termination, Parallel Process, and Shared Trauma
Pamela Szczygiel & Angelica Emery-Fertitta
 
Teaching Social Work Leadership and Supervision: Lessons Learned From On-Campus and Online Formats
Rosemary Vito & Alice Schmidt Hanbidge
 
Field Note—Social Work Field Education in Quarantine: Administrative Lessons From the Field During a Worldwide Pandemic
Hermila Melero, Maria Y. Hernandez, & Sofya Bagdasaryan
 
“Nobody’s Failing at Going Through a Global Pandemic”: Lessons and Tensions in Social Work Education
Megan S. Paceley, Sarah J. Cole, Jennifer A. Robinson, Kortney A. Carr, Sarah Jen, Michael R. Riquino, Samantha Mitra, & Kelechi C. Wright
 
Factors Associated With Social Work Students’ Academic Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A National Survey
Aynsley H. M. Scheffert, Danielle E. Parrish, & Helen Harris
 
Surviving the Semester During COVID-19: Evolving Concerns, Innovations, and Recommendations
Angela K. Perone
 
Changes to MSW Faculty Workload Resulting From COVID-19: An Issue of Equity
Micki Washburn, Jandel Crutchfield, De’An O. Roper, Dawnetta Smith, & Yesenia Padilla
 
Redesigning Schools of Social Work Into Schools of Social Work and Social Justice: Opportunities for Civic and Organizational Renewal in a Justice Reform Environment
Bowen McBeath & Michael J. Austin
 
COVID-19 and Structural Racial Inequity: Lessons Learned for Social Work Education
María del Mar Fariña, Suk-hee Kim, Jerry Watson, & Yarneccia D. Dyson