Research and Publications Research and writing is at the heart of what we do at Wurzweiler. Our faculty are scholars and practitioners who combine significant academic achievements with dedication to teaching and commitment to the professional community. Their ongoing research and publications not only focus on the latest issues and trends in social work but also demonstrate their dedication to the school’s mission: to prepared skilled social workers for practice in both the general and Jewish communities. We invite you to read more about our faculty's recent publications (PDF). Research Findings and Curriculum on Hearing Loss in Infants Wurzweiler School of Social Work professors Dr. Charles Auerbach, Dr. Susan Mason and Dr. Wendy Zeitlin recently presented the findings from their research on Hearing Loss in Infants The resources and modules are below. Hearing Module – Pediatric Hearing Loss (PDF) Hearing Module- Public Health (PDF) Hearing Module- Working with Families of Children with HL (PDF) Resources – Hearing Loss in Infants and Children (PDF) Resources – Public Health and Working with Families (PDF) The Social Work Forum The Social Work Forum (PDF) is a refereed journal of social work practice and Jewish social thought published by Wurzweiler. We are devoted to presenting the current thinking, expertise and experience of faculty, social workers and educators in the professional fields of social work and Jewish communal service. SSD Analysis Tools From Dr. Charles Auerbach Single-system Research Resources SSD is a set of functions written in R for the analysis of single-system design data. R is a free, open source programming language for statistical analysis and graphics compatible with Windows and OSX. To use the functions in SSD, you will need to download R and Rstudio. Links to download R, RStudio, SSD, tutorial videos and more are available on Drs. Auerbach and Schudrich’s website, www.ssdanalysis.com.