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date: 18 April 2024

Davis, John Eldonlocked

Davis, John Eldonlocked

  • Catheleen JordanCatheleen JordanUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Summary

John Eldon Davis, MSW, was a National Association of Social Work pioneer. His career spanned four decades and saw a number of “firsts” for social work. His pioneering efforts were in introducing interdisciplinary teams to social work services, training staff and students in various settings, and introducing social work services to in-patient mental health settings, HIV treatment, and international adoptions.

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