Social Work and Evidence-based Practice

Social Work and Evidence-based Practice

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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?; If relevant evidence is agreed on, how should it be used in practice?; How can the thing that made the difference be identified?; Should success be measured as the result of the theory employed by the worker, or beca.
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004.
Edition: 1st American pbk. ed.
Characteristics: data file
1 online resource (189 pages).
Additional Contributors: Smith, David 1947 August 2-


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