TIPS One Year Later
The TRAINING INTEGRATED PROFESSIONALS TO SERVE (TIPS) program has completed its first year and is producing professional social workers trained specifically to serve children, adolescents, and transitional-age youth in integrated healthcare settings. The goal is to increase the likelihood that at-risk individuals in Tennessee:
Kate Chaffin, the director of the UT College of Social Work Master’s program in Nashville, TN, is pleased at the success of this initiative. Other leaders in the College of Social Work TIPS program are Sherry Cummings, Associate Dean, Kim Mallory, Coordinator of Field Education for the TIPS students, and Mary Held, Assistant Professor. Many other professors and staff are involved in making the TIPS program a success.
Faculty Microaggression Workshop - November 13, 2015 - Noon to 3:30 pm
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