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date: 10 December 2022

Bogo, Marionlocked

Bogo, Marionlocked

  • Faye MishnaFaye MishnaUniversity of Toronto
  •  and Cheryl RegehrCheryl RegehrUniversity of Toronto

Summary

Marion Bogo (1942–2021), Professor in the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, was a preeminent Canadian scholar and world-renowned expert who transformed social work education and practice in Canada and across the globe. Over a 4-decade-long career, Bogo instituted major innovations in social work practice education including developing a holistic model of competence and cutting-edge simulation-based educational practices. Bogo had a profound influence on preparing generations of social workers and educators.

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