- Gina GriffinGina GriffinJames A. Haley Veterans Hospital
As technological advances continue to develop, delivering macro human service through social work innovations becomes a new priority for the discipline. Digital technologies offer potential applications using tablets, smartphones, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and wearable technology to enable whole new possibilities for human services. As a result, policymakers and community organizers alike can access the existing information much faster, and potentially connect with hard-to-reach communities to make meaningful decisions. Incorporating the latest digital trends from business and industry settings to macro social work practice are highlighted. By utilizing digital technology, human service organizations can become more proactive and citizen-centered, potentially transforming personal and economic capacity.
- Macro Practice
- Mental and Behavioral Health
- Policy and Advocacy
- Populations and Practice Settings
- Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
- Social Justice and Human Rights