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Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services, edited by Jacqui Gingras, Pamela Robinson, Janice Waddell, and Linda D. Cooper

1. Foreword | Pamela Robinson

2. Introduction: Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services | Jacqui Gingras, Janice Waddell, and Linda D. Cooper

3. Intrerprofessional Education in a Community Services Context: Lessons Learned | Corinne Hart and Sanne Kaas-Mason

4. The Writing Skills Initiative | V. Logan Kenney and Sonya Jancar

5. Learning the Ethic of Care through Family Narratives | Mehrunissa Ali

6. The Audacity of Critical Awakening through Intellectual Partnerships | Annette Bailey, Margareth Zanchetta, Gordon Pon, Divine Velasco, Karline Wilson-Mitchell and Aafreen Hassan

7. My Dinners with Tara and Nancy: Feminist Conversations about Teaching for Professional Practice | Kathryn Church

8. Drawing Close: Critical Nurturing as Pedagogical Practice | May Friedman and Jennifer Poole

9. Educating for Social Action among Future Healthcare Professionals | Jacqui Gingras and Erin Rudolph

10. Narrative Reflective Process, a Creative Experiential path to Personal Knowing in Teaching-Learning Situations | Jasna K. Schwind

11. Introducing Art into the Social Work Classroom: Tensions and Possibilitie | Samantha Wehbi, Susan Preston and Ken Moffatt

12. Conclusion | Usha George