UNC Clinical Lecture Series and Institutes
Commitment to Social Work Values of Racial Equity and Justice
UNC School of Social Work continuing education is committed to racial equity and justice and practicing greater transparency about the values that underlie its programming. The Clinical Lecture Series and Institutes aim to provide best practices for students, professionals, community members, and all who are caring for individuals and families in ways that are therapeutic, anti-oppressive, intersectional, and centered on self-determination.
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Programs include in-person, via live-stream, and self-paced options:
- Clinical lecture series: CE programs, Mondays 12-2 pm ET
- Focus on Family and Disability Program: CE programs, Tuesdays 12-1:30 pm ET
- Clinical Institute Programs: In-depth CE opportunities
- Self-paced webinars: Online courses created from past live programming.
We welcome all input on ways we can be most effective in providing trainings that promote racial equity, social justice, and wellbeing.