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Archives of Canadian Review of Social Policy

Canadian Review of Social Policy 
The Canadian Review of Social Policy is a scholarly and bilingual journal of progressive social policy. It aims to promote the exchange of ideas amongst a network of people involved in education, the public sector and social movements in the field of Canadian social policy and administration. CRSP publishes analyses of historical and current developments, issues, debates, and reviews of recent publications. 

OASW has obtained a group subscription which allows all OASW members exclusive access to the CRSP archives going back to 1988. 
Click CRSP 
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 socialwork 
Password: oasw2013

View Archives to see past issues.  
Click on an issue to see the table of contents. 
Remember to use the Search box on the right to find specific topics or authors. You can also browse by title or author.  
Click on PDF next to any article to view/download. 

Important: Please DO NOT CHANGE any of the information under My Account/My Profile as the account is set up for all OASW members. 

Internet Resources: Access to Clinical Social Work Journals

Free access is available to many current social work journals through the Toronto Public Library (must be a resident of Toronto and own a library card).
Visit
www.torontopubliclibrary.ca for more details.

You can access a free subscription to 
Clinical Social Work, University of Windsor's journal.
For more information, please click here: 
http://www.uwindsor.ca/criticalsocialwork/subscriptions

Synergies, Canada's SSH Research Infrastructure
, is completely free and easy to use. Searchable online @ www.synergiescanada.org

SpringerLink, is completely free and easy to use. Searchable online @ 
www.springerlink.com

The Directory of Open Access Journals adds new journals regularly. Please visit: http://www.doaj.org/

College and university students have access to 
Project Muse, Proquest 5000, Proquest Research, Proquest Library, Scholars Portal Journals, and Sage Journals. Go to your school website for more details. 

NASW Press Journals Online is accessible by purchasing a membership. Student pricing for membership is $41.00 dollars. Please visit www.naswpress.org for more information.

Canadian Scholars' Press/ Women's Press
OASW members receive a 10% discount on all the books offered by Canadian Scholars' Press/ Women's Press.
For further information about CSPI books, visit the website at www.cspi.org. To order, call 1-866-870-2774 and mention your OASW membership number to receive the discount.

American Society on Aging Web Seminars
ASA are available to OASW members at the ASA member rate. The American Society on Aging offers low-cost and no-cost online education on aging issues through its web seminars. ASA is pleased to announce that many of its popular web seminar series are now available "on demand" at no cost for a limited time. Following live presentation, recorded seminars are often available "on demand" for two weeks. OASW members can register at the lower ASA member rate. For complete times and descriptions of these web seminars, and to register, visit www.asaging.org/webseminars.

OASW members will also receive an introductory 20% discount off the regular subscriptions rates of Generations (quarterly journal) and Aging Today (bimonthly newspaper), and a 15% discount on other education resources. Mention your OASW membership number to receive the discount. For more information, visit www.asaging.org.

CAMH Partnership Program
Through a Partnership Program with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, OASW members can benefit from the Centre's resources in the areas of counselling, reference and periodicals, clinical tools, programs and program evaluation, policy and development, and public education. All these products are founded in solid research and evaluation, giving you the confidence that there is no better information available in the field. The Centre's publications provide important and helpful information, no matter how diverse your clients' needs are.

For a complete listing of publications, visit http://www.camh.ca or call 1-800-661-1111 (416/595-6059) for a catalogue.

When ordering, always quote the PIN which is exclusively for OASW members: 502698.



Additional Online Publications


Please note:
(n) No fee Required
(f) Fee Required
(f/n) Free content, however, to access full site, there is a fee

Listed below are many free online publications and newsletters available by subscription. One may also visit www.Yellowpages.ca and use the example below to generate several pages of related organizations. Many of the websites offer free mailing lists to join in order to receive important and up-to-date information about what is currently happening within the community and future events. 

Example: 
What? Social & Human Service Organizations
Where? Ontario

Free Online Publications

(n) Health & Social Care Arena, Social Work

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Autism Ontario

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Canadian Society for Spirituality & Social Work

(n) Information for Practice
News, New Scholarship & More From Around the World

NYU.EDU http://ifp.nyu.edu/
Article-Abstracts 
Journal-Articles 

(f/n) Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal

(f/n) Social Work Today

(n)
Rehab & Community Care

(n) The New Social Worker Online

(f/n) Colin Robson Real World Research Second Edition

(n)
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Research News
Library of Journals

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First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada

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Open Library: Social Work Administration

(f/n) Social Work Today (American)

(f/n)
Pub Med Central (PMC) (American)

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Social Work News (World/Canada)

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Women North Network (Canadian)

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Field Educator: Simmons School of Social Work (Boston)

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Information for Practice (NYU)

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Journal of Comparative Social Work (Canada)

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University Library: California State

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New York University Libraries

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Here to Help:
Mental Health & Substance Use Information You Can Trust

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The Social Work Podcast