About the Author(s)
Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D., is Professor of Social Work and Criminal Justice at Rutgers University. His most recent books include Crisis Intervention Handbook, Third Edition (2005), Juvenile Justice Sourcebook (2004), and Social Workers' Desk Reference (2002).
Kenneth R. Yeager, Ph.D., is Director of Quality and Operational Improvement at Ohio State University and Harding Behavioral Healthcare and Medicine as well as Director of OSU and Harding Outpatient Psychiatric Clinics.
"This textbook is a remarkable achievement that represents the latest thinking on evidence-based practice. It is exceptionally well-written and provides the necessary foundation, knowledge, and skills on which all social workers can build and advance the profession."--Tony Tripodi, Dean and Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University College of Social Work
"Brilliant...with its user-friendly, quick-reference format, this textbook is very much needed in social work education and practice. I applaud Roberts and Yeager's innovative approach to meeting the growing demands for evidence-based social work resources."--Catherine N. Dulmus, Ph.D., The University of Tennessee College of Social Work, and co-editor, Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work
"This is a groundbreaking book that brings evidenced-based practice to life with the most practical and insightful illustrations and studies. The most up-to-date and well written textbook on evidence-based social work practice, this is a must-have for social workers interested in cutting-edge clinical and policy practice."--David W. Springer, Ph.D., University Distinguished Teaching Professor, The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work
"...an excellent orientation to this important development for psychologists and social workers alike, and it represents a natural evolution of the commitment both fields have toward integrating the best of science with the noblest of human values in providing care to those in need."--PsycCRITIQUES
"Foundations of Evidence Based Social Work Practice provides guidelines and insights that may help social work students and practitioners to understand EBP and engage in it, to the benefit of their clients." --British Journal of Social Work
"This concise introduction to evidence-based social work is a student-friendly overview of the issues and methods most frequently encountered while preparing for evidence-based social work practice."--Adolescence
"The directory of Internet resources on EPB, including tutorials on evidence-based medicine (EBM) as well as other books and material, provide useful links and tips for implementing EBP. The 60-paged glossary is also a welcomed inclusion to the book...a good breadth of coverage."--Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services