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Social work PhD candidate discusses self-advocacy in new podcast episode

Stephanie Rosado

Rosado's research interests involve young adult populations diagnosed with osteoarthritis.

Stephanie Rosado, MSW, CWHC, a PhD candidate in the School of Social Work, was invited to be a guest expert on Arthritis Foundation's podcast series “Live Yes! with Arthritis.” In the episode, Rosado explores the definition of self-advocacy and provides strategies to make yourself heard. She also discusses why it’s important to advocate for under-represented people.

Listen to the episode here

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