Developing Practice Guidelines for Social Work Intervention: Issues, Methods, and Research Agenda by Aaron Rosen

Developing Practice Guidelines for Social Work Intervention: Issues, Methods, and Research Agenda

byAaron Rosen, Enola K. Proctor

Kobo ebook | October 6, 2003

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-- Charles Garvin, School of Social Work, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Co-editor, Small Group Research

Aaron Rosen is the Barbara A. Bailey Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work of Washington University. Enola K. Proctor is the Frank Bruno Professor of Social Work Research and director of the Center for Mental Health Services at Washington University.
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Title:Developing Practice Guidelines for Social Work Intervention: Issues, Methods, and Research AgendaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 6, 2003Publisher:Columbia University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0231508980

ISBN - 13:9780231508988

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Table of Contents

Practice Guidelines and the Challenge of Effective Practice, by Aaron Rosen and Enola K. Proctor
Precursors of Guidelines: Intervention Research and Evidence-Based Practice
Intervention Research in Social Work: A Basis for Evidence-Based Practice and Practice Guidelines, by Mark W. Fraser
Evidence-Based Practice: Implications for Knowledge Development and Use in Social Work, by Eileen Gambrill
Empirical Foundations for Practice Guidelines in Current Social Work Knowledge, by William J. Reid and Anne E. Fortune
Practice Guidelines for Social Work: Need, Nature, and Challenges
Clinical Guidelines and Evidence-Based Practice in Medicine, Psychology, and Allied Professions, by Matthew Owen Howard and Jeffrey M. Jenson
The Structure and Function of Social Work Practice Guidelines, by Enola K. Proctor and Aaron Rosen
Social Work Should Help Develop Interdisciplinary Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines, Not Discipline-Specific Ones, by Bruce A. Thyer
The Role of Diagnostic and Problem Classification in Formulating Target-Based Practice Guidelines, by Stuart A. Kirk
Constructing Practice: Diagnosis, Problems, Targets, or Transactions?, by Mark A. Mattaini
Responsiveness of Practice Guidelines to Diversity in Client Populations and Practice Settings: The Idiographic Application of Normative Generalizations
Accounting for Variability in Client, Population, and Setting Characteristics: Moderators of Intervention Effectiveness, by Lynn Videka
Service-Delivery Factors in the Development of Practice Guidelines, by Luis H. Zayas
Performance Standards and Quality Control: Application of Practice Guidelines to Service Delivery, by Wilma Peebles-Wilkins and Maryann Amodeo
Practitioner, Organizational, and Institutional Factors in the Utilization of Practice Guidelines
Practitioner Adoption and Implementation of Practice Guidelines and Issues of Quality Control, by Edward J. Mullen and William F. Bacon
Organizational and Institutional Factors in the Development of Practice Knowledge and Practice Guidelines in Social Work, by Jeanne C. Marsh
Social Work Practice Guidelines in an Interprofessional World: Honoring New Ties That Bind, by Nina L. Aronoff and Darlyne Bailey
Conclusion
Advancing the Development of Social Work Practice Guidelines: Directions for Research, by Enola K. Proctor and Aaron Rosen

Editorial Reviews

The book is a major step towards resolving some of the challenges the social work profession currently faces... The have compiled a fascinating and intellectually stimulating book.