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Social work is the study of social theory to improve the lives of people, groups, and societies. Social workers are concerned with social problems including their causes, solutions and human impact. Their focus is to enhance the quality of life of individuals, groups and communities by helping them reach their full potential. Social workers typically hold a professional degree in Social Work and are may be
Social worker: A health professional who counsels patients about relationship, personal and family issues.
Social worker: A professional trained to talk with people and their families about emotional or physical needs, and to find them support services.
Source: National Institute of Health
The following list of diseases or medical conditions are some (but not all) of the medical issues that may be treated by Social worker (medical specialist) or where a Social worker may be involved:
The following list of medical tests or medical diagnostic procedures are some (but not all) that may be performed, prescribed or diagnosed by Social worker, ordered by Social worker, or where a Social worker may be involved in such tests:
The following list of medical treatments or medical procedures are some (but not all) of the treatment activities that may be performed by Social worker, ordered by Social worker, or where a Social worker may be involved in such treatments:
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