Using Evidence in Social Work Practice: Behavioral Perspectives
This comprehensive text is designed to provoke discussion. Part I raises questions about the ethics, the nature of evidence, and the role of theory in evidence-based practice. Chapters in the second part serve as models for developing practice aimed at addressing particular problems and client populations. Part III raises practical issues in implementation. Critical thinking is stressed throughout the collection.
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