4 edition of Evidence-Based Social Work found in the catalog.
by Russell House
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||175|
"Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work is the most exciting recent contribution to the emerging literature on evidence-based practice. Beautifully written by two broadly experienced clinicians and social researchers, the text is erudite, comprehensive, and apt to be greeted enthusiastically by practitioners across the human services. "Evidence Based Social Work Practice is the mindful and systematic identification, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of evidence of practice effectiveness as a primary part of an integrative and collaborative process concerning the application of service to members of target client groups." -Barry CournoyerAuthor: Sara Shutkin.
For example, with the inclusion of four new chapters on the evidence-based approach to social work practice, the book emphasizes how important this approach has become, and provides a rock-solid foundation for understanding how to evaluate and interpret research findings that have been derived from research studies-the minimal skills needed for. This book provides a critical analysis of evidence-based practice in social work. It introduces readers to the fast changing research, policy, legislative, and practice context. It discusses what constitutes knowledge in social work, the values and beliefs that lie behind EBP and problems of implementation, formalisation and resource management.
Get this from a library! Grand challenges for society: evidence-based social work practice. [Tricia B Bent-Goodley; James Herbert Williams; Martell L Teasley; Stephen H Gorin;] -- "Social workers face complex societal issues that often seem insurmountable. Pulled in many directions, sustainable progress can seem impossible. To help focus on what matters most, the American. 7 CONTENTS Chapter 1 General introduction 9 Chapter 2 Towards an interactive approach to evidence-based 23 practice in social work in the Netherlands. Chapter 3 Social workers’ orientation toward the evidence-based 39 practice process: a Dutch survey. Chapter 4 Exploring MSW students’ and social workers’ orientation 63 toward the evidence-based practice process.
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Evidence-Based Social Work Skills Book, The. Description. During the twenty-first century, social workers will increasingly use evidence-based knowledge to plan, implement, and evaluate the quality of their own professional activities; this book helps students develop the.
The purpose of this book is to address the need for a framework guided by the best evidence to help practitioners who work with clients with difficult and complex psychosocial issues.
This fully updated text is a comprehensive guide to applying effective interventions for children, adolescents, and adults experiencing various mental health Cited by: The Evidence-Based Social Work Skills Book, First Edition Barry R. Cournoyer, Indiana University The EBSW Skills Book helps students develop the skills to plan, implement, and evaluate the quality of their own professional activities and apply EBSW skills to target client groups of their choosing.
Cournoyer emphasizes the importance of applied practice, critical thinking, and self-directed Cited by: This book explores the skills needed for evidence-based social work (EBSW). This book emphasizes the importance of applied practice, critical thinking, and self-directed lifelong learning.
Readers will During the 21st Century, social workers will increasingly use evidence-based knowledge to plan, implement, and evaluate the quality of their own /5(10). Evidence-Based Psychotherapy with Adolescents: A Primer for New Clinicians by Joanna E.
Bettmann, New York, NY, Oxford,pp., $40, ISBN Hanni B. Flaherty. Provides a thought provoking consideration of the issue of evidence-based practice in social work, exploring where knowledge and evidence come from, where Evidence-Based Social Work book are used, why they are used and how they might be used more effectively.
Critical Thinking Exercises throughout the book are very useful in focusing the issue under consideration. Evidence-based practice - what it might mean, how it can be achieved, whether it should be aspired to - is the subject of much debate and argument in social work.
Covering areas of social work practice that are well established and those in which evidence is just beginning to become available, the authors address issues such as:* What is to count as evidence, and who decides this?*2/5(1).
Social workers must strive toward social progress in these categories by relying on evidence-based methods, and the compendium of articles presented in this book highlights scholarship that provides a research base to address health disparities, social isolation, and financial capability, among others.
Evidence-based practice in social work refers to the use of research-verified methods by a social worker to create or enhance a treatment plan. Just like legal and medical professionals, social workers have access to a growing knowledge base of research findings that they.
The second edition of Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work continues to bridge the gap between social work research and clinical practice, presenting EBP as both an effective approach to social work and a broader social ng on the models and insights outlined in the first edition, this new edition provides updated research and additional case studies addressing.
This book provides a critical analysis of evidence-based practice in social work. It introduces readers to the fast changing research, policy, legislative, and practice context. It discusses what constitutes knowledge in social work, the values and beliefs that lie behind EBP and problems of implementation, formalisation and resource by: Evidence-Based Practice refers to the process where the practitioner combines well researched interventions with clinical experience and ethics, client preferences and culture to guide and inform the delivery of treatments and services (Social Work Policy Institute).Author: Alyssa Brissett.
Buy Evidence-based Practice in Social Work (Thinking Through Social Work Series) 1 by Ian Mathews, Karin Crawford (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. At a time when the credibility of social work is again being questioned, this book offers a critical approach to the debate concerning the reliability and validity of the evidence, research and knowledge that underpins professional social work practice.
It critiques the notion of 'evidence' and argues that 'knowledge' is a much broader, more appropriate concept to consider. Exposing readers to "what works" across a wide range of practice domains, Readings in Evidence-Based Social Work meets a growing need within schools of social work to incorporate the latest research on evidence-based practice into the curriculum.
This one-of-a-kind reader synthesizes current knowledge, adds editorial commentary and questions, and presents state-of-the-art material to help. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a relatively recent incarnation in social work's long history of valuing evidence as a basis for practice.
Few argue with the ethics and usefulness of grounding. Evidence-Based Practices for Social Workers Thomas O'Hare Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books pages (paperback), $, ISBN The second edition of Evidence-Based Practices for Social Workers, An Interdisciplinary Approach offers a wealth of information on human behavior theory, mental health assessment, and intervention that has been updated since its original.
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is an educational and practice paradigm that includes a series of predetermined steps aimed at helping practitioners and agency administrators identify, select, and implement efficacious interventions for clients. This entry identifies definitions of EBP and traces the evolution of EBP from its origins in the medical profession to its current application in social.
Exposing readers to "what works" across a wide range of practice domains, Readings in Evidence-Based Social Work meets a growing need within schools of social work to incorporate the latest research on evidence-based practice into the curriculum.
This one-of-a-kind reader synthesizes current Price: $ Research on Social Work Practice is a disciplinary journal devoted to the publication of empirical research concerning the assessment methods and outcomes of social work practice.
Aging and Disability Evidence-Based Programs and Practices. "This is a groundbreaking book that brings evidence-based practice to life with the practical and insightful illustrations and studies. The most up-to-date and well written textbook on evidence-based social work practice, this is a must-have for social workers interested in cutting-edge clinical and policy practice."—David W.
Springer, Ph.D.All social work students study theory and undertake practice placements. Integrating the two - so that each informs the other - is both essential and notoriously tricky. This accessible book demystifies the process and offers helpful evidence-based strategies for doing it : Jordon Andrade.Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) combines the "clinical state and circumstances of the client, the best available relevant research evidence, the client's own values and preferences," and the expertise of the social worker (Haynes et al., ; as cited in Drisko,p.
). Drisko, J. (). Research evidence and social work practice: The place of evidence-based practice.