Evaluating Practice: Guidelines for the Accountable Professional, Volume 1

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Allyn and Bacon, 2003 - Political Science - 736 pages
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Now with a free SINGWIN CD-ROM, Evaluating Practice, Fourth Edition is even easier for readers to understand and apply data analysis. Unsurpassed among human service evaluation books, Evaluating Practice, Fourth Edition, includes the innovative SINGWIN program, created by Charles Auerbach, David Schnall, and Heidi Heft Laporte of Yeshiva University. Evaluating Practice instructs readers on managing cases and charting and filling out scales. Although the authors are best known within the social work discipline, this book can also be used in other professional programs such as nursing, counseling, psychology, and psychiatry. The free supplement with practice test questions provides a number of helpful exercises. For anyone interested in social work at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Also for those interested in psychology, counseling, psychiatry, or psychiatric nursing.

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Contents

PARTI
33
Specifying Problems and Goals
53
PART II
55
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

The late Carel B. Germain was professor of Social Work emerita at the University of Connecticut. She is the coauthor of "The Life Model of Social Work Practice: Advances in Theory and Practice, Second Edition" and editor of "Social Work Practice: People and Environments."

Martin Bloom is professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Connecticut and works in the area of primary prevention theory, practice, and research. He is the author of "Primary Prevention Practice" and coauthor of "Evaluating Practice: Guidelines for the Accountable Profession and Successful Aging.

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