A more robust military social work track debuted at this year’s annual conference of the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) that highlighted research by the USC School of Social Work.

Held in the District of Columbia earlier this month, more than a dozen presentations involved school researchers, including nine that stemmed from data gathered by the school’s Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families.

The following abstracts were presented by CIR faculty, staff, postdocs and doctoral students:

Difficulty Adjusting to Civilian Life after Military Transition: The impact on current physical and mental health status in Pre and Post […]