Medical Sociology and Social Work

The practice of advocating for individuals and communities is social work. Social work plays a major role in medical sociology in the form of medical social workers. Medical social workers deal with the emotional, social and financial needs that frequently accompany with healthcare issues. They generally work in medical and surgical hospitals. They perform duties like new patient admissions, discharges and following up on aftercare plans. Medical Sociologists, Social Science Researchers, Social Workers, Sociologists are mainly involves in social work.

  • Social workers and their relation with patients
  • Solving healthcare issues
  • Neglected tropical diseases

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