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Social Worker of the Year

Apr. 11, 2019, 9:25 AM

Erika Rodriguez-Muñoz, LMSW, receives her plaque from Josh Owens, LCSW, director of Transition Management, after she was named Carolyn Edwards Social Worker of the Year at the annual Social Work Luncheon. Rodriguez-Muñoz works at Vanderbilt Women’s Health One Hundred Oaks and is project coordinator for the Obstetrics Opioid Use Disorder Quality Improvement project and a leader for Team HOPE, a multidisciplinary team that focuses on the optimization of opioid exposed newborns. She was one of 20 nominees for the honor, which is named for longtime VUMC social worker Carolyn Edwards. The luncheon and award presentation were part of the Transition Management Office’s observance of March as Social Work Month.
(photo by Steve Green)

Erika Rodriguez-Muñoz, LMSW, receives her plaque from Josh Owens, LCSW, director of Transition Management, after she was named Carolyn Edwards Social Worker of the Year at the annual Social Work Luncheon. Rodriguez-Muñoz works at Vanderbilt Women’s Health One Hundred Oaks and is project coordinator for the Obstetrics Opioid Use Disorder Quality Improvement project and a leader for Team HOPE, a multidisciplinary team that focuses on the optimization of opioid exposed newborns. She was one of 20 nominees for the honor, which is named for longtime VUMC social worker Carolyn Edwards. The luncheon and award presentation were part of the Transition Management Office’s observance of March as Social Work Month.

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