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Understanding Youth Violence and Victimization: Implications for Social Work Practice Online Course (2CEUs)
May 26 2016
Online Programs
THIS ONLINE CEU COURSE IS AVAILABLE ANY TIME & ANY DAY!!!!! Youth violence is a serious social and public health concern, and numerous studies have documented risk factors associated with youth’s exposure to and experiences in violence occurring in multiple contexts. The aim of this online CEU class is to enhance social work practitioners’ understanding of youth violence and how various type of violence impact children and adolescents. The major focus will be on child maltreatment, school bullying and victimization, and juvenile justice involvement. We will explore the associated risk factors and outcomes, particularly among diverse children and adolescents (i.e., racial/ethnic minorities, immigrants, LGBTQ, special education, etc.) and the strengths and drawbacks of the current programs and policies.This is an online continuing education credit hour course that can be completed at your leisure in the comfort of your own home! It is as simple as reading the 3 articles provided, completing a post-test followed by an evaluation and paying the fee. Pending a passing post-test score, a certificate will be e-mailed to you. Visit our website to complete this online course http://socialwork.wayne.edu/continuing-education/online-courses.php Pay Here
Pain Management Online Course (1 CEU)
May 26 2016
Online Programs
One out of three Americans suffer from chronic pain. Think about that for a minute. You, me, your partner, your friends, your family, your colleagues, your clients. We are all at risk and many are already suffering. Advances in medicine, longer life spans and an aging population only make the challenges all the more important. Chronic pain can be disabling, detrimental to functioning and at the very least, distracting.  How do we treat it? Do opiates help? Why would the Michigan Legislature pass a law establishing a “right to adequate pain relief”? This one hour course will begin to answer these questions. Research will be cited to help wade through the myriad of “treatments”. Traditional medicine, complementary and alternative medicine, psycho- social methods and other approaches will be presented. Specific techniques will be reviewed. Participants will be encouraged to apply the concepts both personally and professionally. And finally, not only will this course meet the requirement for “one hour of pain management education every three years”, but it will also help you understand where the requirement came from. Pending a passing post-test score, a certificate will be e-mailed to you. Visit our website to complete this online course http://socialwork.wayne.edu/continuing-education/pain_management_online_course.php Instructor: Dennis Muzzi, L.M.S.W.
Ethics Online Course (5 CEUs)
May 26 2016
Online Programs
This course is comprised of two modules with the first focusing on Ethical Social Work Practice and second on The Regulatory Process.  The course is also divided into 14 parts designed to assist participants in managing completion of the course at an individual pace. Module one focuses on licensure, the Public Health Code, and the code of ethics, exploring causes of ethical violations, describing the slippery slope model, and following with the challenges that social workers face.  Development of the social worker is then identified in Module two, followed by risk factors and examples of excuses often voiced by social workers who have been sanctioned for violating the Public Health Code. This is an online continuing education credit hour course that can be completed at your leisure in the comfort of your own home! It is as simple as watching the presentation, completing a post-test followed by an evaluation and paying the fee. Pending a passing post-test score, a certificate will be e-mailed to you.  Visit our website to complete this online course http://socialwork.wayne.edu/continuing-education/ Instructor: Anwar Najor-Durack, Ph.D., L.M.S.W.  
Eating Insects Detroit Conference
May 26 2016
McGregor Memorial Conference Center
Welcome to Eating Insects Detroit, a three-day, international, interdisciplinary conference dedicated to insects as food and feed. Registration is now open for conference attendance and expo vendors.  You can learn more about the event, including how to submit an abstract to be a presenter, at www.eatinginsectsdetroit.org Click on the link for conference registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eating-insects-detroit-registration-tickets-18922670216 Registration fee gets you access to all three days of programming, coffee breaks, and processing fees.  Lunch is not included in your registration fee, but convenient food options will be available each day for purchase. Events are being planned for each night.  You will receive an email with ticket information once those are announced. Vendors: Early bird fee is currently available as we work out the details of what we are able to offer.  Fee includes up to two people with full conference registration, space on our expo floor, and advertising on-site and in the program.  Details on the expo floor (number of hours/days that it will be open) are still being worked out.  Rates will significantly increase once we know exactly how much exposure we will be able to give. Payment processing: All payments are being accepted through PayPal, which requires a debit or credit card.  If you do not have a PayPal account, you can easily set one up for free when checking out.   Refunds: Refunds will be given, minus 10%, up until May 1, 2016. WHENThursday, May 26, 2016 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 9:00 PM (EDT) - Add to CalendarWHEREDetroit - 495 Gilmour Mall Wayne State University McGregor Conference Center, Detroit, MI - View MapTAGS
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Special Events

The Wayne State University’s Office of Special Events and Services was created to support the university and its schools, colleges and departments in planning major special events. Because the university is large and its initiatives are great, it is important that the university has a centralized office that is committed to assisting in the scheduling and execution of major events.

Special events are regularly conducted at all levels and locations throughout the university system in support of the university’s strategic vision and brand identity. The Office of Special Events seeks to provide a consistent and positive university image while maintaining maximum flexibility for events to appropriately reflect the distinctiveness of the school, college, department or campus responsible for planning and sponsoring the event. When involved, the office offers guidance and assistance in the following areas:

  • Help the university's schools, colleges, departments and campuses avoid conflicts when scheduling events
  • Help the Office of the President in maximizing event-appearance opportunities
  • Provide presidential protocol guidelines for special guests and invitees
  • Maximize university resources in regards to events
  • Support and promote the university’s positive brand image