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Primary health care teams can help solve Canada’s health care crisis – and social work will play a key role

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How leaders from the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work are creating a national vision for the role […]

Keith Adamson appointed Deputy Director at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI)

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Keith Adamson, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, has been appointed a […]

Keith Adamson receives a 2022 University of Toronto Early Career Teaching Award

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Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Keith Adamson is among the recipients of this year’s University of Toronto Early […]

Now on YouTube: How the Social Work Profession has Promoted Racism without Racists — Real Talk about Anti-Black Racism

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Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for the event “How the Social Work […]

How primary health care teams are providing care during the COVID-19 pandemic

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When COVID-19 appeared in Canada, Assistant Professor Rachelle Ashcroft wanted to know how the pandemic would affect […]

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Excellence

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  In honour of Black History Month, communities throughout the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the […]

Racism on the frontlines: Keith Adamson’s discusses what social workers and social service workers can do to address racism


On November 4, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream Keith Adamson presented the the keynote address “Racism at the Front […]

“If social work is to play an important role in change, the public must understand the profession and the challenges it faces,” writes Michael Multan in ‘Healthy Debate’

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As demand for access to mental health resources and mental health professionals grows, we need to better […]

CTV talks to Assistant Professor Keith Adamson about options for people in a mental health crisis who don’t want to call the police


Since April, 5 people, all BIPOC, have died after calling the police for a wellness check. Assistant Professor […]

Prof. Keith Adamson recipient of Wilfrid Laurier University 30 in 30 Award

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  In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Students’ Association (GSA), the […]