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The delivery of courses for the BSW and MSSW program would consist of a mix of online courses and courses taught through Interactive Television.
Insley-Evans Public Health Social Worker of the Year: Jeanne Saunders, PhD, MSSW, LISW
Ruby Joyner, MSSW, is an administrator at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office Correctional Development Center - Female.
However, a large number of graduate trained master's-level (e.g., MSW or MSSW) social workers currently serve as members of the U.S.
Those elected to the Nominating Committee are Terri Kiss, RN, MSSW, CCRN, CFRN, Kathy Peavy, RN, MS, CCRN, and Jan Powers, RN, MSN, CCRN, CCNS, CNRN, CWCN.
(2) Prior to October 1995, the permits issued pursuant to Title 40 of the Florida Administrative Code were referred to as surface water management (SWM) or management and storage of surface water (MSSW) permits.
"Transplant recipients often feel isolated from the people around them, those who may not understand what it's like to have mounting medical bills, while coping with side effects from the medications they have to take," Catherine Paykin, MSSW, NKF's transplant programs director.
Pamela Wiener, MSSW, is director of volunteer services for the Joseph L.
HAHN, MD, MS; PAMELA WIESEN, MBA; MARY BETH PLANE, MSSW, PHD; AND LINDA MANWELL Madison, Wisconsin
Abby Kirschner, MSSW, LICSW Hennepin County Medical Center Department of Family Practice Minneapolis, Minnesota
Education: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 1974 (BS); University of Tennessee, 1977 (MSSW).
The various MSW devices, such as magnetostatic forward volume waves (MSFVW), magnetostatic backward volume waves (MSBVW) and magnetostatic surface waves (MSSW), are dependent upon the wave vector orientation relative to the biasing magnetic field direction.
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