Journals Higher Education

$69.00

Paperback

Published: 01 April 2004

376 Pages

6 x 8.8 inches

ISBN: 9780190615727


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Using Evidence in Social Work Practice

Behavioral Perspectives

Edited by Harold Briggs and Tina Rzepnicki

  • Perspectives by leading scholars and practitioners teach ethics and the importance of using critical thinking to guide practice decisions
  • The book demonstrates the role of theory in guiding accountable social work practice
  • The text highlights the essential interrelationships of research, practice, and evaluation and describes the advantages and challenges to practitioners
  • By emphasizing the importance of applying evidence, the authors show practitioners how to use behavioral methods to achieve practice effectiveness across a number of client issues
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