Document Type

Article

Publication Date

3-1990

College/Unit

Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

Department/Program/Center

Social Work

Abstract

This paper explores the concept of generalist-advanced generalist in practice and in education by discusing some of the tenets of generalist practice, advancing a paradigm for framing the BSW/MSW educational continuum, and presenting one possible curriculum design--including practice outcomes, course content and sequencing issues--to articulate an educational continuum in schools of social work that offer both the BSW and MSW degrees.

Comments

Both Patty and Barry are deceased, but this paper is a suitable memorial to their important impact on the important concept of the generalist at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in social work education.

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