References for Pandemic Ethics: Rethinking Rights, Responsibilities and Roles in Social Work

Afrouz, R. (2021). Approaching uncertainty in social work education, a lesson from COVID-19 pandemic. Qualitative Social Work, 20(1–2), 561–567.
Ashcroft, R., Sur, D., Greenblatt, A., & Donahue, P. (2022). The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Social Workers at the Frontline: A Survey of Canadian Social Workers. The British Journal of Social Work, 52(3), 1724–1746.
Banks, S., Cai, T., de Jonge, E., Shears, J., Shum, M., Sobočan, A. M., Strom, K., Truell, R., Úriz, M. J., & Weinberg, M. (2020). Practising ethically during COVID-19: Social work challenges and responses. International Social Work, 63(5), 569–583.
Cheung, J. C.-S. (2022). Responses to COVID-19 in Major Social Work Journals: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies, Comments, and Editorials. Research on Social Work Practice, 32(2), 168–185.
Cortis, N., Smyth, C., valentine, K., Breckenridge, J., & Cullen, P. (2021). Adapting Service Delivery during COVID-19: Experiences of Domestic Violence Practitioners. The British Journal of Social Work, 51(5), 1779–1798.
de Jonge, E., Kloppenburg, R., & Hendriks, P. (2020). The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on social work education and practice in the Netherlands. Social Work Education, 39(8), 1027–1036.
Engleton, J., Goodman‐Williams, R., Javorka, M., Gregory, K., & Campbell, R. (2022). Sexual assault survivors’ engagement with advocacy services during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Journal of Community Psychology, jcop.22819.
Farkas, K. J., & Romaniuk, J. R. (2020). Social Work, Ethics And Vulnerable Groups In the Time Of Coronavirus And Covid-19. Society Register, 4(2), 67–82.
Golightley, M., & Holloway, M. (2020). Social Work in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: All in This Together? The British Journal of Social Work, 50(3), 637–641.
Harrikari, T., Romakkaniemi, M., Tiitinen, L., & Ovaskainen, S. (2021). Pandemic and Social Work: Exploring Finnish Social Workers’ Experiences through a SWOT Analysis. The British Journal of Social Work, 51(5), 1644–1662.
Manthorpe, J., Harris, J., Burridge, S., Fuller, J., Martineau, S., Ornelas, B., Tinelli, M., & Cornes, M. (2021). Social Work Practice with Adults under the Rising Second Wave of Covid-19 in England: Frontline Experiences and the Use of Professional Judgement. The British Journal of Social Work, 51(5), 1879–1896.
O’Leary, P., & Tsui, M. (2020). Staying resilient, compassionate and ethical: Social work at the front line of the pandemic. International Social Work, 63(5), 567–568.
Redondo-Sama, G., Matulic, V., Munté-Pascual, A., & de Vicente, I. (2020). Social Work during the COVID-19 Crisis: Responding to Urgent Social Needs. Sustainability, 12(20), 8595.
Wiener, L., Fry, A., Pelletier, W., Cincotta, N., & Jones, B. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on the professional and personal lives of pediatric oncology social workers. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 39(3), 428–444.
Wilson, D. B., Solomon, T. A., & McLane-Davison, D. (2020). Ethics and Racial Equity in Social Welfare Policy: Social Work’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Social Work in Public Health, 35(7), 617–632.
Yeong-Tsyr Wang, K., Wen-Hui, T., Chuang, T.-Y., & Lee, H.-J. (2021). Rethinking four social issues of the COVID-19 pandemic from social work perspectives. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 31(1–2), 45–51.