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2018 RAMP Conference in Nashville, TN

2018 RAMP Conference in Nashville, TN was an awesome experience! I presented my research on the topic, “Social Workers’ Use of Self for Culturally Responsive Client Engagement and Change Agency in Urban-Based Communities”

Being culturally-sensitive to those who are different from yourself is important, especially for healthcare and helpers who work with diverse populations. My research study explored the perceptions of social workers’ use of self in their urban-based practice settings and how they described their own experiences, attitudes, and beliefs. I had the honor and opportunity to share my investigative case study results at the Research Association of Minority Professors Conference (RAMP) in Nashville, TN!

5 thoughts on “2018 RAMP Conference in Nashville, TN

  1. CJT says:

    That looks like an awesome presentation…wish I could have been there.

  2. J Leonard says:

    Great work, Dr. Anderson

  3. Mark Sunde says:

    Would like to talk more about this with you soon

  4. Jarie Newsome says:

    Congratulations Gloria!

    As always, you continue to set the bar high. You’re in the right place, at the right time, doing and saying all that ought to be…. with wisdom and enthusiasm.

  5. Dr. Anderson, thanks for your valuable research on “Social Workers’ Use of Self for Culturally Responsive Client Engagement and Change Agency in Urban-Based Communities!””

    The presentation looks interesting!
    Dr. D. Green

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