provide practicing psychiatrists with a self-study workbook of 16 exercises meant to improve their knowledge of clinical psychiatry and patient care or be used in studying for recertification.
What does SSWB stand for?
SSWB stands for Self-Study Workbook
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We have 3 other meanings of SSWB in our Acronym Attic
- Silvio Sosio Web Agency
- Spanish Speaking Women's Association (Singapore)
- Student Social Work Association (various locations)
- Schair-Swenson-Watson Alumni Center
- School Social Workers Association of Georgia
- Society for Social Work Administrators in Health Care
- Sydney South West Area Health Service (Liverpool, Australia)
- Special Services, William Annin Middle School (Basking Ridge, NJ)
- Society for Social Welfare, Agriculture and Rural Development (India)
- School of Social Work Building (University of Michigan)
- Six Sigma White Belt (training)
- Social Scientists without Borders (Sweden)
- Social Security Wage Base (US SSA)
- South Street West Business Association (Philadelphia, PA)
- Save Somali Women and Children (est. 1992; Mogadishu, Somalia)
- Slow Spike-Wave Complex (pediatric epilepsy)
- Sociology, Social Work, Criminology (Morehead State University department)
- South Santiam Watershed Council (est. 1995; Sweet Home, OR)
- Steady-State Water Chemistry Model
- Surface-Subsurface Warfare Coordinator
Samples in periodicals archive:
Methods Health Behaviour Research breastfeeding training programme The programme consisted of a printed self-study workbook (Law, 2009a) in which the learner could read the material and view colour clinical photographs, as well as learn how to search and access additional web resources.
Facilitator guide, reproducible participant materials, reproducible self-study workbook, PowerPoint presentation available for download, industry versions of case study available for download.
The self-study workbook for career planning will help offenders learn more about the world of work and the issues related to their transition from incarceration to the community.
is a self-study workbook for inmates about to re-enter the community or those already on parole.