Edited Collection

Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (Eds.). (2021). Special Issue, The use of simulation in advancing clinical social work education & practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49(2). https://link.springer.com/journal/10615/volumes-and-issues/49-2

Refereed Articles

Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (In Press). The use of simulation in advancing clinical social work education and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal.

Kourgiantakis, T., Sewell, K. M., Sanders, J. E., Craig, S., & Bogo, M. (Accepted). Preparing advanced standing students for clinical social work practice: A teaching note. Journal of Social Work Education.

Asakura, K., Occhiuto, K., Tarshis, S., & Dubrowski. (Under Review). Designing and conducting healthcare simulations: Contributions from social work. Cureus Journal of Medical Science.

Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (2021). The use of simulation in advancing clinical social work education and practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49(2), 111–116. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10615-021-00810-2

Todd, S., Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K., & Grassau, P. (2021). Uncertainty in clinical social work practice: A simulation-based study. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49(2), 286–297. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10615-021-00800-4

Kourgiantakis, T., Sewell, K. M., Kirvan, A., & Lee, E. (2021). MSW student’s perspectives on learning in a social work practice in mental health course: A qualitative research study. Social Work in Mental Health, 19(2), 141-165. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332985.2021.1894628

Regehr, C., Paterson, J., Sewell, K. M., Birze, A., Bogo, M., Fallon, B. & Regehr, G. (2021). Improving professional decision-making in situations of risk and uncertainty: A pilot intervention. The British Journal of Social Work, bcab131, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcab131

Asakura. K., Occhiuto, K., Todd, S., Leithead, C., & Clapperton, R. (2020). A call to action on artificial intelligence and social work education: Lessons learned from a simulation project using natural language processing. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 40(5), 501-518. https://doi.org/10.1080/08841233.2020.1813234

Kourgiantakis, T., Sanders, J., Sewell, K. M., Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (2020). Students’ conceptualization of culture and diversity with a simulated client. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/15313204.2020.1839618

Asakura, K., Lee, B., Occhiuto, K., & Kourgiantakis, T. (2020). Observational learning in simulation-based social work education: comparison of interviewers and observers. Social Work Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2020.1831467

Asakura, K., Gheorghe, R.M., Borgen, S., Sewell, K. M., & MacDonald, H. (2020). Using simulation as an investigative methodology in researching competencies of clinical social work practice: A scoping review. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49(2), 231–243. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10615-020-00772-x

Asakura, K., Strumm, B., Todd, S., & Varghese, R. (2019). What does social justice look like when sitting with clients? A qualitative study of teaching clinical social work from a social justice perspective. Journal of Social Work Education, 56(3), 442–455. https://doi.org/10.1080/10437797.2019.1656588

Todd, S., Asakura, K., Morris, B., Eagle, B., Park, G. (2019). Responding to student mental health concerns in social work education: Towards developing a heuristic blueprint. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 38(6), 779–796. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2018.1563591

Tufford, L., Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (2018). Simulation versus role-play: Perceptions of prepracticum BSW students. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 23(1), 249–267. https://doi.org/10.18084/1084-7219.23.1.249

Asakura, K. & Maurer, K. (2018). Attending to social justice in clinical social work: Supervision as a pedagogical space. Clinical Social Work Journal, 46, 289–297. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10615-018-0667-4

Asakura, K., Bogo, M., Good, B., & Power, R. (2018). Teaching Note— Social Work Serial: Using video-recorded simulated client sessions to teach social work practice. Journal of Social Work Education, 54(2), 397–404. https://doi.org/10.1080/10437797.2017.1404525

Asakura, K., Todd, S., Eagle, B., & Morris, B. (2018). Strengthening the signature pedagogy of social work: Conceptualizing field coordination as a negotiated social work pedagogy. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 38(2), 151–165. https://doi.org/10.1080/08841233.2018.1436635

Tufford, L., Bogo, M., & Asakura, K. (2015). How do social workers respond to potential child neglect? Social Work Education: The International Journal, 34(2), 229–243. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2014.958985

Sundar, P., Todd, S., Danseco, E., Cunning, S. & Prakash, S. (2012). Toward a culturally-responsive approach to child and youth mental health practice: Integrating the perspectives of service users. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 1(31), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.7870/cjcmh-2012-0008

Todd, S. (2012). Practicing in the uncertain: Reworking standardized clients as improve theatre. Social Work Education, 31(3). 302–315. https://doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2011.557427

Other Writing

Asakura, K. (2016). The use of simulation in teaching social work practice: A potential answer for the art and science of social work. A blog entry prepared for the Carleton University Educational Development Centre. http://carleton.ca/edc/2016/blog-the-use-of-simulation-in-teaching-social-work-practice/

Asakura, K., & Park, G. (2016) Bringing clients to the classroom: Report on the use of simulation in teaching direct social work practice at the Carleton University School of Social Work. Prepared for the Carleton University Education Development Centre.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Gheorghe, R., Tarshis, S., & Asakura, K. (November, 2021). Simulation as an investigative methodology in researching clinical social work practice competencies. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting (APM).

Gheorghe, R., & Borgen, S. (2021, March). Using simulation in researching social work practice: A methodological innovation. School of Social Work 15th Annual Research Day Conference. Carleton University. Ottawa, ON.

Asakura, K., Bogo, M., Lee, B., & Tufford, L. (2020, November). Attending to diversity, equity and inclusion: Lessons from simulation-based education and research. The 2020 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Denver, CO. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)

Todd, S., Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K., & Grassau, P. (2020, November). Knowing and not knowing: Navigating uncertainty in social work practice. Paper presented at Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Virtual conference.

Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K., & Todd, S. (2020, July). Possibilities and tensions of social work learning through AI-based simulations. Paper presented at SWSD 2020: International Federation of Social Workers International Social Work Conference. Calgary, AB. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)

Todd, S., Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K., & Grassau, P. (2020, June). Knowing and unknowing: Uncertainty in social work practice. Paper presented at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Social Work Education. London, ON. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)

Hu, R., Kourgiantakis, T., Occhiuto, K., Sanders, J., Sewell, K. M., & Asakura, K. (2020, June). Bridging micro and macro practice: Using simulation to enhance direct practice skills related to culture, diversity, and social justice. Dialogue Circle presented at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Social Work Education. London, ON. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)

Occhiuto, K., & Asakura, K. (2020, June). Artificial intelligence and professional education: A social work case study. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Annual Conference. Ottawa, ON. (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19)

Sanders, J., Kourgiantakis, T., Asakura, K., Sewell, K. M., & Bogo, M. (2020, January). Student’s conceptualization of the impact of culture and diversity with a simulated client. The 2019 Society for Social Work Research Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K., & Todd, S. (2019, June). Artificial intelligence and simulation-based teaching: Possibilities and challenges for social work. Paper presented at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian Association of Social Work Education. Vancouver, BC.

Asakura, K., Bogo, M., Lee, B., & Tufford, B. (2019, October). Simulation-based social work education: An evidence-informed pedagogy. The 2019 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Denver, CO.

Bogo, M., Sewell, K. M., Asakura, K., & O’Neill, P. (2019, October). Facing contemporary challenges in clinical supervision: Social work’s contribution. The 2019 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Denver, CO.

Asakura, K. Occhiuto, K., & Todd, S. (2019, June). Artificial intelligence & social work: Possibilities and challenges. International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education. Chicago, IL. (Accepted but withdrew).

Asakura, K., Strumm, B., Todd, S., & Varghese, R. (2019, June). What does social justice look like when sitting with clients?: A qualitative study of teaching clinical social work practice from a social justice perspective. Canadian Association for Social Work Education 2019 Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Sanders, J., Kourgiantakis, T., Sewell, K. M., Asakura, K., & Bogo, M. (2019, June). Student’s conceptualization of the impact of culture and diversity: A simulation study. Canadian Association for Social Work Education 2019 Conference. Vancouver, BC.

Sanders, J., Kourgiantakis, T. Asakura, K., Sewell, K. M., & Bogo, M. (2019, January). Student’s conceptualization of the impact of culture and diversity with a simulated client. The 2019 Society for Social Work Research Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Asakura, K., Bogo, M., Lee, B., & Tufford, L. (2018, November). Advancing simulation-based research in teaching, assessment and practice: A social work agenda. The 2018 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Orlando, FL.

Tufford, L. & Asakura, K. (2018, November). Simulation versus role-play: Perceptions of pre-practicum BSW student. The 2018 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Orlando, FL.

Sanders, J. E., Kourgiantakis, T., & Asakura, K. (2018, November). Students’ conceptualization of cultural factors in a helping relationship. The 2018 Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Orlando, FL.

Asakura, K., Occhiuto, K., & Todd, S. (2018, October). Using technology-enhanced simulation to enhance experiential learning in the classroom. Carleton University’s Experiential Learning Symposium. Ottawa, ON.

Asakura, K., Strumm, B., & Todd, S. (2017, October). Teaching clinical practice from a social justice perspective: A qualitative study. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Todd, S. & Asakura, K. (2017, October). Choose your own therapeutic paths: Developing virtual simulation to teach direct practice. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Dallas, TX.

Asakura, K., & Good, B. (2015, October). Social work “serial”: Using video-recorded simulated client sessions to teach practice competencies. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Denver, CO.

Asakura, K., Tufford, L. & Bogo, M. (2014, October). How do social work students and clinicians respond to potential child neglect? Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Tampa Bay, FL.

Tufford, L., Bogo, M., & Asakura, K. (2014, May). How do social workers respond to potential child neglect? National Joint Social Work Conference. St. Catharines, ON.

Invited Presentations/Community Outreach/Workshops

Gheorghe, R., & Asakura, K. (2021, February). The use of simulation as an investigative methodology in researching professional practice competencies. maxSIMhealth Virtual PEERs and Research Rounds. Ontario Tech University. Oshawa, ON.

Gheorghe, R., & D’Angiulli, A. (2020, December). Not just taking jobs from humans: Towards designing lifesaving assistive AI for Mental Health practices. Neuroscience Colloquium Series. Carleton University. Ottawa, ON.

Occhiuto, K., Asakura, K. Todd, S. (2020, February). What happens in Dunton Tower 1114 and 1117? The SIM social work research lab: Advancing practice and education. Carleton University’s School of Social Work’s 14th Annual Research Day. Ottawa, ON.

Asakura, K. & Occhiuto, K. (2020, January). OSCE Examiner Training. Ottawa, ON: Carleton University.

Asakura, K. (2019, September) Simulation-based teaching and learning: Best practices from research evidence. Faculty Development Workshop, Carleton University.

Asakura, K. (2019, September). Assessing student learning outcomes through the Objective Structured Clinical Exam Adapted for Social Work. Faculty Development Workshop, Carleton University.

Asakura, K. (2017, July). Teaching & learning through discomfort: The use of simulation in teaching social work. Carleton University Summer Institute in Experiential Education.

Todd, S., & Asakura, K. (2017, February). Rehearsing without risk: The use of simulation in teaching social work. Carleton University Faculty of Public Affairs Bagel & Banter.

Todd, S. (2016, March). Integrating research with practice: Reflections for social workers. Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Ottawa, ON.

Todd, S. (2012, June). The seduction of competencies and an alternative vision for the future of social work education in Canada. Canadian Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work. Montreal, QC.

Sundar, P., Todd, S., Danesco, E., Cunning, S., Searson, L., Woltman, H., & Prakash, S. (2010, March). Cultural competence: What is it, why is it important, and how do we get it? A pilot study with service users and practioners in the field of child and youth mental health. Poster presentation at the Metropolis conference. Montreal, QC.

Todd, S. (2007, April). Simulating “real life”: Using standardized clients and Web CT to prepare students for community service learning. EDC Instructional Technology Day. Carleton University. Ottawa, ON.