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Kim Crane Mallory

Kim Crane Mallory, MSSW, LAPSW

Coordinator of Field Education, MSSW Program - Nashville campus and
Assistant Professor of Practice


Education:

  • BA, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • MSSW, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Courses Taught:

  • Social Work and Social Welfare Policies and Programs (SW510)
  • Lifespan and Neuropsychologic Development (SW513)
  • Resource Development and Management (SW545)
  • Generalist Field Practice Full Time I/Extended (SW542 and SW544)
  • Advanced Field Practice (SW586 and SW587)

Selected Publications:

Held, M. Mallory, K., & Cummings, S. (accepted). Preparing social work students for integrated health care: Results from a national study. Journal of Social Work Education

Ellis, R., Crane, K., Gould, M., & Shatila, S. (2006). The Macro Practitioner's Handbook: A step-by-step guide to effectiveness with organizations and communities. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks Cole/Wadsworth.

Crane, K. and Ellis, R.  (2004).  Benevolent Intervention or Oppression Perpetuated:  Minority Overrepresentation in Children’s Services.  Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment (9), 19-38.

Crane, K. and Ellis, R (2004).  Benevolent Intervention or Oppression Perpetuated:   Minority Overrepresentation in Children’s Services.  In Dulmus, C. and Sowers, K. (Eds.). How Institutions Are Shaping the Future of Our Children For Better or Worse. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Social Work Practice Press.


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