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Health: Library Resources

This guide supports the curriculum for the field of practice specialization of Health at The Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College

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Selected Research Articles

Andrews, C., Darnell, J., McBride, T., & Gehlert, S. (2013). Social Work and Implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Health & Social Work, 38(2), 67-71.

Bachman, S. (2017). Social Work and Public Health: Charting the Course for Innovation. American Journal of Public Health, 107(S3), S220.

Campbell, H., & Rasmussen, B. (2012). Riding Third: Social Work in Ambulance Work. Health & Social Work, 37(2), 90-97.

Coquillette, M., Cox, J., Cheek, E., & Webster, S. (2015). Social Work Services Utilization by Children with Medical Complexity. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 19(12), 2707-2713.

Hopp, F., Camp, J., & Perry, T. (2015). Addressing Heart Failure Challenges through Illness-Informed Social Work. Health & Social Work, 40(3), 201-208.

Kintzle, S., & Bride, B. (2010). Intervention following a sudden death: The social work-medical examiner model. Health & Social Work, 35(3), 221-224.

Liechty, J. (2011). Health literacy: Critical opportunities for social work leadership in health care and research. Health & Social Work, 36(2), 99-107.

National Library of Medicine. (2016). Social Work in a Medical Clinic: The Nature and Course of Referrals to the Social Worker. American Journal of Public Health, 106(2), 232-234.

Rodriguez-Alcalá, M., Qin, H., & Jeanetta, S. (2019). The Role of Acculturation and Social Capital in Access to Health Care: A Meta-study on Hispanics in the US. Journal of Community Health, 44(6), 1224-1252.

Sky Smith, J. (2016). Catching a Speeding Train: Social Work’s Disconnect with a Medical Revolution. Social Work, 61(2), 186-187.

Thorpe, Christine W. (2014). Analyzing Health Education Training of Human Services Students. New York City College of Technology, Publications and Research.

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