SueZanne Bishop ADA was referred to the UMKC School of Social Work as a guest lecturer for the Advanced Practice II course. Following her lecture collaboration began around student practicum placements and potential scholarship. ADA Bishop will have one of our MSW students in her office starting in the fall 2020 as a practicum student, and are collaboratively supervising an MSW student during the summer of 2020 for an independent research project. ADA Bishop and the UMKC School of Social Work will be engaging in scholarship that will assist K-12 students in Wyandotte county with issues of truancy during COVID as well as assessing the impact of COVID on CINC cases.
UMKC Collaboration, COVID-19, Social Work
The Impact of a Global Pandemic on Local Child in Need of Care Cases
Collaboration between UMKC School of Social Work and Assistant District Attorney in Wyandotte County to assess the impact of the COVID – 19 outbreak on local Child in Need of Care (CINC) cases.
ongoing: The collaboration has just started and we will continue to work together on numerous projects