Evaluating practice: guidelines for the accountable professional, Volume 1

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Allyn and Bacon, 1995 - Political Science - 681 pages
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Evaluating Practice continues to be the most comprehensive practice evaluation text available. Focusing on single-system designs, Evaluating Practice, Fifth Edition, presents clear guidelines on conceptualizing and measuring problems, using practice-oriented evaluation designs, and understanding and analyzing resulting client data. Ethical guidelines for practice evaluation are infused throughout. Evaluating Practive was written for students and practitioners in all of the human services, including social work, psychology counseling, nursing, and psychiatry.

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WHAT ARE YOU GETTING INTO?
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PART II
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Targets of Intervention
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About the author (1995)

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.

Fischer is a professor at the School of Social Work at the University of Hawaii.

John David Orme is Professor of Politics at Oglethorpe University. He is author of "Political Instability and American Foreign Policy" (1989) and "Deterrence, Reputation and Cold War Cycles" (1992).

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