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In Canada

News articles.

2001. MUN program to aid Vietnamese. Evening Telegram. Local brief. Feb 14, 2001, p4.

Gray, S. (2001). Outreach to Vietnam. MUN Gazette. Feb 22, p.5.

Stacey, J. E. (2002). Local educators to help Vietnam with social work. Evening Telegram,
Jan 3, 2002
, p.5.

Gray, S. (2002). Social Work faculty involved in Vietnam: Attacking Social Problems. MUN Gazette. 34(12)3

Farr, M. (2003). Social workers needed for Vietnam’s new social realities. Uniworld, University Affairs, February. P. 13.

Poster presentation. International week February 2002.

Project Flyers available in VN & Canada.

Taylor, S. & 6 VN SW teachers (2004). “Vietnam and Newfoundland linkage – Building Social Work Capacity Together” Joint presentation to the public, SW professionals, MUN faculty and students with video linkage with Regina. Sask., Canada.

Gray, S. (2004). Building Social Work capacity in Vietnam http://today.mun.ca/news.php?news_id=549

Polischuk, H. (2005). Vietnamese women learn to help their homeland. The Leader Post, Regina, SK, May 24, A47.

Gray. S. (2007). Vietnam report presented to president. http://today.mun.ca/news.php?news_id=3453

Farr M. (2008). Social work a conduit to health in Vietnam. UniWorld, University Affairs. March. P 6-7.

Presentations by Vietnamese graduate students sponsored by the project.

Tran T. Hang, Lanh T. Hurong Pham T. Thuy (Nov. 2005). Hardship and healing: the impact of the 10,000 day war. Seminar-Faculty and students, Social Policy Research Unit, Unversity of Regina, Sask., Ca.

Nguyen T. Hurong. (Nov. 2005). Child poverty and the impact of war and social policy in Vietnam. Seminar for Faculty and students. Social Policy Research Unit, university of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Tran T. Hang, Nguyen T. Hurong, Pham T. Thuy & Durst, D. (Sept, 2005). Healing from war: Vietnam recovers from the 10,000 Day War. National Social Work conference: Responding to the need of children and youth who have experienced war violence. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Canada.

Referred abstracts and referred presentations at scientific conferences (presenter is underlined)

Gien, L. (Jun, 2008). Interdisciplinary collaboration to improve Health and Social Services. Canadian Nurses Association Biennial Convention “Be the change”, Ottawa, Ont., Canada (abstract accepted)

Gien, L., Taylor, S., Barter, K., Nguyen Tiep, Bui X. Mai, Nguyen T. Lan (Ap. 2008). Interdisciplinary Collaboration to improve Health and Social Services. The International Health Conference “Building Global health for today and tomorrow” Yale University, New Haven, CT., USA.

Gien, L., (Jul 2007). Interdisciplinary and Intersectoral programs of research: Process, Benefits and Challenges. 5th InternationalConference on New Directions in the Humanities. Paris, France.

Refereed publication and Monograph:

Refereed publication:

Gien, L., Taylor, S., Barter, K., Nguyen Tiep, Bui X. Mai, & Nguyen T. Lan, (2007). Poverty reduction by improving health and social services. Nursing and Health Sciences. 9(4), 304-309.

Monograph (nonrefereed):

Durst, D., Nguyen, T.T.L. & Le Hong., L., (2006). An analysis of social work education and practice in Vietnam and Canada. Social Work Policy Unit. University of Regina, Regina, Sask., Canada (translated into Vietnamese by Tran, T. Hang. And Nguyen, L. Trang).

In Vietnam:

2005: University of Labor and Society established. Vietnam News, Domestic Press Highlights. Feb2, p.5.

Nguyen Tiep. (2005). Truong dai hoc dau tien cua nganh Lao-Dong. Thurong Binh va xa hoi (The first University of Labor and Social Affairs). TTDH LD-XH (ULSA Newsletter) (1), 2-4.

Dam Huru Dac. (2005). Thuc trang va dinh huong phat rien cong tac xa hoi o Vietman (The current status and direction for development of Social Work in Vietnam). TTDH LD-XH (ULSA Newsletter) (1), 5-8.

Trinh K. Tham. (2005). Doi moi cong tac quan ly dao tao va Phuong phap giang day cua turong DH LDXH (Change in management and teaching methods at ULSA.l TTDH LD-XH (ULSA Newsletter) (1), 28-29.

Bui T. X. Mai. (2005). Tham van – Mot dich vu xa hoi can duroc phat trien o VietNam (Counseling-a social service that needs developing in VietNam). TTDH LD-XH (ULSA Newsletter) (1) 45-46.

Nguyen T. H. Nga. (2005). Trung Tam Tu Van va Thuc Hanh cong tac Xa Hoi: Sau mot nam hoat dong (Achievements of the Social work Practice Center one year after opening). TTDH LD-XH (ULSA Newsletter) (1), 50-51.

Bui T. X. Mai. (2006). Hoi thao “Thuc hanh, thuc tap trong dao tao cong tac xa hoi o Vietnam” (Social Work practice, field work in Social Work education in VietNam). http://www.ulsa.edu.vn/DonViHC

2007, January: Tap huan Phuong pap giang day cung tham gia cho sinh vien truong Dai-Hoc Lao Dong Xa Hoi (Workshop on participatory teachingmethod for students of the University of Labor and Social Affairs). http://www.ulsa.edu.vn/DonViHC

Phong Khoa Hoc va hop tac Quoc Te (Department of Sciences and international Relation) (2007, Ap). Project Poverty Reduction through improving Social Work and Health: Key results to date. http://www.ulsa.edu.vn/Chitiet/tabid/6602/ArtivleID/81732/tid/7445/Default.aspx

Thanh Cam (2007). A Canadian warm heart for Vietman. Women of Vietnam review. (2), 9.

Dang Doanh (2007). Tong ket Du an “Xoa doi giam ngheo thong qua tang cuong nang Iuc Cong tac xa hoi va suc kheo” (MOLISA – Ministry of Labor-Invalid and Social Affairs). (Successful ending of Project Poverty Reduction through improving Social Work and Health) http://www.molisa.gov.vn/frmdocchitiet.asp?mbien1=01&mbien2=117&mbien3=10032

Huong Giang (24/10/2007) “Tam long cua nu giao su Viet Kieu (The Heart of an oversea Vietnamese woman Professor). Vietnam Economic Reivew, 102 (2029).6.

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