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Health Social Workers Needed for a Research Study

Social Workers in Health Care are essential in providing services for communities across Canada. In Ukraine the social work profession is still evolving and Ukrainian communities need more guidance on how to practice social workers in health care.

Canadian social workers in the health field of practice are needed to participate in the research on the role of social workers in health care and help a Ph.D. student in Ukraine by being a participant in her research study about how social workers can improve the delivery of health care services.

Here is more information about research. If you can please share the information among your networks.

PS: If you already participated in the study, thank you so much as your contribution is critical for the future development of health social work in Ukraine.

Who is doing the research?

Natalia Nazar is a PhD student in Social Work at Lviv Polytechnic National University in Ukraine. The Social Work Program at this university was developed with Canadian assistance and support.

What is involved?

One interview before end of April 2021 at a time convenient to you via skype, zoom, or teleconference and responses to follow-up questions after receiving a summary report on results from all interviews.

How much time does it take?

The estimated time is 1-2 hours each for the interview and responses to the written survey.

How do I find out more information?

Email Brad McKenzie, Professor Emeritus at the University of Manitoba at Brad.McKenzie@umanitoba.ca who is a member of Natalia’s thesis committee, and is coordinating the recruitment of research participants from Canada.

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