Investigation of Vocational Qualifications for Social Workers İn The Context of Health Service

Keywords: Hospital, Social work; health care; training

Abstract

The social workers employed in health care, “public health, primary and specialty care and rehabilitation, home health, long-term care.” [1]  Social work in health care settings addressing patient needs that include, but may go beyond, immediate medical needs [7].

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Author Biography

Dr. Esra Sipahi, dresras

Hospital, Social work; health care; training

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Published
2019-08-30
How to Cite
Sipahi, D. E. (2019). Investigation of Vocational Qualifications for Social Workers İn The Context of Health Service. SOCIALSCI JOURNAL, 4, 135-142. Retrieved from http://purkh.com/index.php/tosocial/article/view/491
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Research Articles