Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

Download Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work written by James W. Drisko, Melissa D. Grady in PDF format. This book is under the category Nursing and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 146143470X; 1461464846/9781461434702/ 9781461464846. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

James W. Drisko, Melissa D. Grady

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

330 pages

language

English

asin

B00A9YGGU0

isbn10

146143470X; 1461464846

isbn13

9781461434702/ 9781461464846


Book Description

Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work is a document that provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of evidence-based clinical social work practice as well as its methodical application. It is designed to educate practitioners as well as address the difficulties and requirements that are encountered in actual practice.

The EBP model has numerous benefits, which are outlined in this ebook. However, it also has viewpoints on its limitations and challenges, which are also included. The entire discussion takes on a perspective that is complimentary yet critical. There is discussion of practical difficulties such as agency supports, access to research resources, and assistance in evaluating research, as well as the provision of some practical solutions. Ethical considerations in evaluation and diagnosis, working with varied families to make decisions about treatment, and providing complex treatments that require specific skill sets are all featured in this course.

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Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter….Pages i-xviii
Front Matter….Pages 1-1
Introduction and Overview….Pages 3-18
Three Perspectives on Evidence-Based Practice….Pages 19-30
The Steps of Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Practice: An Overview….Pages 31-53
Assessment in Clinical Social Work and Identifying Practice Information Needs….Pages 55-77
Locating Practice Research….Pages 79-90
Evaluating Research: Research Designs in Evidence-Based Medicine/Evidence-Based Practice….Pages 91-105
Evaluating Research: Other Issues of Research Methodology in Evidence-Based Medicine/Evidence-Based Practice….Pages 107-135
Meta-Analysis and Systematic Reviews: Aggregating Research Results….Pages 137-153
Shared Decision-Making with the Client….Pages 155-164
Finalizing the Treatment Plan and Practice Evaluation….Pages 165-175
Front Matter….Pages 177-178
Sam: An Older, Gay Man Who Appears Depressed….Pages 179-185
Ray: A Man Fearful of Panic Attacks….Pages 187-193
Sally: A 12-Year-Old Who has Reactive Attachment Disorder….Pages 195-202
Newman and Loretta: Parents of Arthur, a Man who has Schizophrenia….Pages 203-208
Jin: A 16-Year-Old Korean–American Male with Drinking Issues….Pages 209-217
Jennifer: A Young Homeless Woman Who has Borderline Personality Disorder….Pages 219-225
Front Matter….Pages 227-227
Evidence-Based Practice: Teaching and Supervision….Pages 229-239
Continuing Issues Regarding Evidence-Based Practice in Practice….Pages 241-249
Conclusion….Pages 251-257
Back Matter….Pages 259-309

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