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Why the College of Social Work is Disengaging from X (Twitter)

Screenshot of Utah Social Work Twitter profile, featuring a photo of BSW students in graduation regalia

Since October of 2022, X (formerly Twitter) has become increasingly toxic and unsafe for marginalized communities and people with diverse identities. Harmful hosted content and the ways X now conducts its business sharply conflict with the values of our College and the ethics of our profession. Therefore, as intentional activism, the College of Social Work’s official profile (@USocialWork) will cease activity on X for the foreseeable future.

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Mindfulness Therapy Reduces Chronic Pain and Opioid Use Among Veterans and Military Personnel, New Study Finds

A man holds a bottle of prescription opioids

New research shows that Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) effectively reduced chronic pain and opioid use among current and former military personnel, while simultaneously improving psychological health and mental well-being across a number of measures.

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Last Updated: 12/12/23