Table of contents for Social work, health, and international development : compassion in social policy and practice / Serge Dumont, Myreille St-Onge, editors.

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Social work and the development of a more compassionate world;
experiences and knowledge to share 1
Serge Dumont PhD
Myreille St-Onge PhD
The Fourth International Conference
on Social Work in Health and Mental Health
Welcoming remarks 13
Serge Dumont
Social Workers and The Developing World 17
Stephen Lewis
Compassion and Solidarity 27
Fr. Florenzo María Rigoni
Ethical Preferences for the Clinical Practice
of Empowerment Social Work 39
Karla Miley, MA, LSW
Brenda DuBois, MSW, PhD
Cultural Competence in HIV Prevention and Care:
Different Histories, Shared Future 55
William Rowe, DSW
School of Social Work
University Of South Florida
Social Work, Health,
and International Development:
Compassion in Social Policy
and Practice
We Care Don¿t We? Social Workers, the Profession and HIV/AIDS 65
Nigel Hall
An Investigation of The Practice of Unsafe Sex
Yet Repeated Hiv Testing 83
Patinkin Naama, BSc, BSW
Werner Ben, MD
Yust, Israel, MD
Yagil, Yaron, MSW
Drory, Margalit, MSW
Burke, Michael, MD
Promoting the Psychosocial Health of the Elderly¿
the Role of Social Workers 103
Alice Ming-lin Chong, PhD
Clinical Practice Standards and Ethical Issues Applied
to a Virtual Group Intervention for Spousal Caregivers
of People with Alzheimer¿s 123
Julie Dergal Serafini, MSc, PhD Candidate
Thecla Damianakis, MSW, PhD
Elsa Marziali, PhD
Promoting Older People¿s Voices¿The Contribution of SocialWork
to Inter-Disciplinary Research 143
Jackie Powell, MA
Do culturally sensitive services for Chinese
in-patients make a difference? 159
Joseph Ng
Svetlana Popova
Myra Yau
Joanne Sulman
Does Difference Matter? Diversity
and Human Rights in a Hospital Workplace 175
Joanne Sulman
Marylin Kanee
Paulette Stewart
Diane Savage
Knowledge And Social Work In Health Care-
The Case Of Finland 191
Johanna Björkenheim
Best Practice CaseManagement for ImprovedMedical Adherence 209
Betsy Vourlekis
Kathleen Ell
Improvement of return rates in a neonatal hearing screening program:
the contribution of Social Work 227
Maria de F tima de Campos Françozo
Juliana Cristina Fernandes
Maria Cecília Marconi Pinheiro Lima
Tereza Ribeiro de Freitas Rossi
Physicians¿ Ability to Influence the Life-Style Behaviors
of Diabetic Patients: Implications for Social Work 239
Revital Gross, PhD
Hava Tabenkin, MD
Anthony Heymann, MB BS
Miriam Greenstein, MA
Ronit Matzliach, MA
Avi Porath, MD
Basil (Boaz) Porter, MD
An Evaluation of Dyadic Peer Support
for Caregiving Parents of Children with Chronic
Lung Disease requiring Technology Assistance 253
David B. Nicholas, PhD, RSW
Krista Keilty, RN, MN, ACNP
Perceptions of Online Support
for Hospitalized Children and Adolescents 269
David B. Nicholas, PhD, CSW
Jane Darch, BA, BEd, CCLS
Ted McNeill, PhD, RSW
Leanne Brister, BA, CCLS
Kimberly O¿Leary
Deborah Berlin, BSW, MSW, RSW
Donna Koller, PhD

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medical social work -- Congresses.
Psychiatric social work -- Congresses.
Social work with minorities -- Congresses.
Ethnic groups -- Services for -- Congresses.
Health Promotion -- Congresses.
Social Work -- Congresses.
Developing Countries -- Congresses.
Cross-Cultural Comparison -- Congresses.
HIV Infections -- psychology -- Congresses.
Health Services for the Aged -- Congresses.