2017 Case Management Conference Flyer

Programs Co-sponsored by MSU School of Social Work

Michigan State University School of Social Work Continuing Education Program has partnered with several on campus groups and state and national organizations to offer continuing education programming including the following:

Upcoming Programs

Institute for Health Policy Annual Conference

More information coming soon!

Michigan Center for Rural Health Webinars

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Past Programs

17th Annual Case Management Conference: Uncertainty The New Reality
Co-Provided by MSU College of Nursing and the MSU School of Social Work
Tuesday, November 1, 2017

Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, East Lansing, Michigan
Download the 2017 Case Management Conference flyer and agenda
Download the 2017 Compiled Descriptions and Objectives

The speaker presentations and handouts are available for download at http://nursing.msu.edu/
Click on Continuing Education tab >> Click on Case Management Conference at the left navigation >> Click on the Speakers tab

Institute for Health Policy
Case Management Conference for Children with Special Healthcare Needs and Pediatric Behavior Health and Developmental Delays
March 15th, 2017 at James B. Henry Center for Executive Development and April 19th, 2017 at The Inn at St Johns


Human Trafficking Interactive Workshop

*Event supported by HRSA grant: "Education to Promote Interprofessional Collaborative Care (EPICC)".

Download the IPE Human Trafficking Workshop flyer

Description of Event:

This workshop offers an opportunity for interprofessional partners to engage in content related to human trafficking. In this workshop learners will obtain an overview of human trafficking, resources for practice, and engage in an interactive case based approach using standardized patients to identify potential victims of human trafficking and apply interventions as appropriate. Debriefing sessions will allow the learner to apply interprofessional competencies to clinical situations. Learners will provide lessons learned for application in daily practice.

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of the workshop, the learner will be able to:

  1. Describe types and venues of trafficking in Michigan and the US
  2. Identify victims of trafficking in healthcare settings
  3. Identify warning signs of trafficking in health care setting for minors and adults
  4. Identify resources for reporting suspected victims of human trafficking
  5. Explore the four core competencies of IPE/C as it relates to the care of potential human trafficking victims in practice

17th Annual Case Management Conference

Co-Provided by MSU College of Nursing and the MSU School of Social Work

Poverty Simulation Workshop

  • Co-Provided by Metro Community Development, Inc and MSU School of Social Work
  • Tuesday, September 13, 2016
  • Genesee Career Institute; Flint, Michigan
  • For more information on CECH requirements, accommodations or grievances, please visit our FAQs
  • Download the flyer and schedule

Michigan Center for Rural Health

  • In January 2007, a partnership was developed and continues to be maintained with the Michigan Center for Rural Health allowing us to provide webinars to social workers and other professionals living or working in rural sites located throughout Michigan.

MSU School of Social Work is an Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) Provider #1136. To contact ASWB ACE, write to 400 South Ridge Parkway, Suite B, Culpeper, VA 22701, or visit www.aswb.org. Approval Period: June 2016 through June 2019. ASWB ACE approval is recognized by the State of Michigan Board of Social Work Examiners as acceptable for social workers in Michigan. Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval for continuing education credits.