To prepare for this Discussion, review this week’s resources including the web article titled, “Pioneering a Profession: A History of Social Work Innovation at the MGH, 1905–2005.” Consider how individuals and events have shaped the medical social work profession. Think about the health care delivery systems in the United States and their impact on the profession. Finally, consider the future of the profession.
Post a brief description of one major historical event that you believe influenced the medical social work profession. Explain the impact—both positive and negative—of managed care in the evolution of medical social work since the emergence of managed care in the 1980s. Take a position and provide specific examples to support your position. Briefly describe current issues—the challenges and the opportunities for the medical social work profession. Select one current issue that you think is important or challenging for this profession. Explain why. Provide a future perspective of this profession with regard to leadership and advocacy for patient care and well-being. Justify your response with scholarly resources.
Write a 4+ page (double space, 12pt Times New Roman) report on your data findings as well as your impressions of the data: at least two pages should be about the child’s usage and activities, and at least two pages about your media usage and activities. You must apply concepts from the textbook, lectures, videos, and supplemental readings. Please cite all Pulley Fall 2020 references according to APA or MLA style. Please also include recommendation(s) to the parent regarding their child’s electronic media usage and back up with research. (They don’t actually need to read this).
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Before writing, ask yourself questions such as • Where does the child live and who do they live with? Where do you live and who do you live with? • How might the living situation impact your and the child’s access to the outdoors or time spent with electronic media? • Where does the child go to school? • What are you and the child spending most of your waking time doing? • How do their age and your age impact usage? • Are you surprised by any of the data? • Are you not surprised by any of the data? • Where do activities overlap? • If you had to give suggestions to the parent/child and yourself on activities to reduce or increase, what would they be? Why?