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“Trauma and translational science: How neurobiology can unite with social work research to promote trauma-informed practice and advocacy,” by Dr. Sapana Donde.
Please RSVP to Linda Solomon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Sapana Donde is the Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellow in Neuroscience and Mental Health in the School of Social Work at UT Austin. As a postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Donde has been working with colleagues in the department of psychology and in the School of Social Work to advance our knowledge on the link between neurobiology and trauma, and how we can design effective practice interventions based on this connection.
Dr. Donde received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a concentration in clinical child psychology from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Her research and clinical interests include the neurobiology of trauma, interpersonal violence, trauma-informed mental health services, child welfare and adoption, and cross-cultural psychology.Find out more »
SSW contingent will convene at 9am at the First United Methodist Church for training, and proceed to the Capitol Steps for speak outs and time to visit legislative offices. Contact Barbara Anderson for more information.Find out more »
Explore UT, the biggest open house in Texas, provides an opportunity for visitors to examine the rich and varied programs that are a part of everyday life on this campus. More information and schedule here.
The School of Social Work will have a Play Therapy Station and a Social Work Wheel of Wonder activity to help participants explore and learn about this inspiring profession. Come and play with us at the LBJ Fountain Courtyard!Find out more »
What is the future of school social work in Texas? This conference designed to give school-based social service providers the skills, strategies, and technologies needed for school social work practice in the year 2014 and beyond. At the Doubletree Hotel in Austin. More information here.Find out more »
First spring Research Lecture and Lunch series will feature a presentation by Dr. Susan Dubois, “Increasing patient engagement in diabetes self-management: Lessons from East Austin.”
Room 1.214. Please RSVP to Linda Solomon at email@example.com.
Dr. Dubois is an ABMS Certified Endocrinologist and Internist who studied at Baylor University and UT Medical School Houston before completing her Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas; she has been practicing for 24 years, the last 15 in Austin, Texas.Find out more »
Assessing Student Outcomes in the Health Professions: An Inter-professional Public Responsibility
An expert panel will address best practices in assessment, concentrating on two areas of interest across educational programs in the health professions: student progression and professional identity. Following the panel, inter-professional breakout sessions will allow participants with different backgrounds and perspectives to share their own ideas, issues, and strategies about assessing student outcomes.
This event is organized by Office of Institutional Accreditation and Program Assessment (IAPA), the College of Pharmacy, the School of Nursing, and the School of Social Work.Find out more »