Swails, Peggy, MSW

Continuing Education Coordinator and Instructor
Contact Information Departments
  • Continuing Education
Areas of Interest and Expertise
  • Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
  • Distance Education
  • Family Caregiving
  • Program Development and Evaluation
  • Social Health Disparities Across the Lifespan

Download Swails' CV (pdf)

Degrees

  • BSW, The University of Iowa
  • MSW, The University of Iowa

Publications

Pelzel, K. and Swails, P. Navigating the Diagnostic Course for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Care for Kids – Iowa, 23(1), Winter 2016.

Swails, P. and Lindgren, S. Emerging Technologies in Autism Treatment, Training, and Systems Building: Snapshots from Autism CARES Grantees: Iowa – Increasing Access to Telehealth for Specialty Care. Association of Maternal Child Health Programs, PULSE, March/April 2016.

Sanders, S. and Swails, P. 2011. A Quest for Meaning: Hospice Social Workers and Patients with End-Stage Dementia. Social Work, 56(2), p. 129-140.

Dohrmann, J., Yeggy, L., Swails, P., Sanders, S., et al. 2010. Dementia Care: A Guide for Individuals, Families and Caregivers. (revised version of Providing Care Through the Course of Dementia: A Guide for Caregivers), Iowa City Hospice.Sanders, S., Butcher, H., Swails, P., and Power, J. 2009. Portraits of Caregivers of End-stage Dementia Patients Receiving Hospice Care. Death Studies, 33, 521-556.

Sanders, S., Butcher, H., Swails, P., and Power, J. 2009. Portraits of Caregivers of End-stage Dementia Patients Receiving Hospice Care. Death Studies, 33, 521-556.

Sanders, S. and Swails, P. 2007. Caring for Patients with End-Stage Dementia at the End-of-Life: A Specific Focus on Hospice Social Workers. Dementia, 8, 117-138.

Swails, P., Sanders, S. and Dohrmann, J. 2007. Providing Care Through the Course of Dementia: A Guide for Caregivers, Iowa City Hospice.

 

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