@SocWorkPodcast, Dr. Jonathan Singer chats with #SPSM, 5/4/14 9pm CST

Social media has the power to connect us to people we admire. People who are doing the work that inspires us. People we’ve always wanted to meet and work with.

SO, during #AAS14, it was a pleasure to find out that one of our tweeters was @SocWorkPodcast, a.k.a. Dr. Jonathan Singer. He is the man behind the The Social Work Podcast. His content of expertise in clinical practice and Suicidology reaches a broad audience, and is often sourced by others due to it’s quality content. In fact, #SPSM knows Dr. Singer’s work because WE have sourced it before for one of our chats. If you are interested in listening to a podcast done at #AAS14, listen to it here.

And check out our #SPSM vlog collaboration with Dr. Singer here:

The Tweets for this chat will be archived on Storify.

Dr. Jonathan Singer is an assistant professor of Social Work at Temple University and a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in working with children and families. In the 1990s, he created a number of “first” Web sites for social service agencies in Austin, Texas. In 1996 he developed the first electronic medical record for his agency, ATCMHMR, leading to my involvement in the selection and pilot testing of the first agency-wide remote EMR program. He has 20 publications, including an article on culturally competent crisis intervention and a chapter on social work and juvenile justice.

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