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date: 01 December 2020

Dinerman, Miriam Goldforblocked

  • Sadye L. M. LoganSadye L. M. LoganDream Maker's Education Foundation, Encyclopedia of Social Work, Social Work Journal for Women

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Miriam Goldforb Dinerman (1925–2010) served on the faculty of Rutgers University School of Social Work (RUSSW) for 31 years and helped to codify health concentration as a significant area of social work practice. She understood early in her career the interdisciplinary nature of the different health and social work professions and worked to educate students in all disciplines about the value of the others.

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