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News Category: FIFSW Students in the News

Fall 2020 graduate Virginia Isaac is “proud to be among those making a difference in people’s lives during the pandemic”

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Virginia Isaac (MSW 2020) is a community social worker with the Government of Nunavut, but these days she […]

Health & Wellness at U of T launches a new peer support service — with help from social work students

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Cross-posted from University of Toronto Student Life Health & Wellness peer support is a new drop-in mental […]

Alona Amurao’s award-winning article on Medical Assistance in Dying is published in Canadian Social Work Review

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  Recent FIFSW graduate Alona Amurao (MSW 2018) received first place in the Student Article Competition hosted […]

PhD student Gerardo Betancourt explores how an HIV program for Spanish-speaking communities is applying lessons learned to help communities during the COVID-19 pandemic

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A new article, by FIFSW PhD Candidate, Gerardo Betancourt, explores how the organization Community Without Borders has […]

Lessons from the front lines: Master of Social Work student Mariah Douglas applies foundational skills developed at FIFSW to her work at CAMH

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On any given day during the pandemic, the news is full of stories about how the crisis […]

A new study by Shen (Lamson) Lin examines health inequities among older adults in China

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A new study, published this week in the International Journal of Health Services, found that older adults […]

PhD student Shen (Lamson) Lin receives a CIHR IPPH Travel Award

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Third-year FIFSW PhD student Shen (Lamson) Lin has received a travel award to present at the Canadian […]

Black History Month at FIFSW

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In honour of Black History Month, the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work’s Black History Month Committee — […]

Strengthening community, communication and research through art

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  In 2010, after 12 years of teaching the course Violence Against Women and Children: Multi-Disciplinary Responses […]

CTV covers FIFSW research on Canadian Refugees and depression

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A new study of Canadians aged 45-85 has found that refugees were 70% more likely to suffer […]