By Kenneth Yeager
This concise creation to evidence-based social paintings perform culls the main salient chapters from the interdisciplinary Evidence-Based perform guide to shape a student-friendly assessment of the problems and interventions they are going to come across all through their BSW or MSW application. half I defines phrases and significant concerns, introducing scholars to the language and value of evidence-based perform and important pondering. Chapters will clarify find out how to look for proof, the way to overview what facts rather is, how you can ask the proper questions, easy methods to advance criteria, and the way practitioners utilize examine. half II comprises sensible purposes, with each one bankruptcy targeting a specific intervention or inhabitants. issues comprise cognitive-behavioral methods to suicide dangers, manualized remedy with youngsters, treating juvenile delinquents, and interventions for OCD, anxiousness problems, substance abuse, PTSD, melancholy, and restoration. numerous chapterss from the certain version of short remedy & difficulty Intervention on evidence-based perform in addition to unique chapters around out this much-needed advent to evidence-based social paintings perform.
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Foundations of evidence-based social work practice by Kenneth Yeager