Program Evaluation For Social Workers

Author: Richard M. Grinnell Jr
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019022732X
Size: 10,35 MB
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Now in its seventh edition, this comprehensive text once again provides beginning social work students and practitioners with a proven, time-tested approach to help them understand and appreciate how to use basic evaluation techniques within their individual cases (case-level) and the programs where they work (program-level). As with the previous six editions, this text is eminently approachable, accessible, straightforward, and most importantly, practical.

Evaluation In Social Work

Author: Yvonne A. Unrau
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195308069
Size: 20,56 MB
Format: PDF
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This book was written for you-a graduate social work student-as an introduction to program evaluation. We selected and arranged its contents so it can be used in a beginning one-semester social work program evaluation course, a social work administrative course, or a program planning course. It is designed to prepare you to: Participate in evaluative activities within your social service organization, Become a beginning critical producer of the professional evaluative literature, Become a beginning consumer of the professional evaluative literature, Master more advanced evaluation courses and texts.

Handbook Of Program Evaluation For Social Work And Health Professionals

Author: Michael J. Smith
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195158431
Size: 15,36 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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By integrating both evaluation and research methods and assuming no previous knowledge of research, this book makes an excellent reference for professionals working in social work and health settings who are now being called upon to conduct or supervise program evaluation and may need a refresher on research methods.

The Role Of Law In Social Work Practice And Administration

Author: Theodore J. Stein
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231126484
Size: 20,45 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book addresses this relationship between the professions of social work and law and helps social workers develop the knowledge necessary to practice in a legal environment. The author focuses on how the law affects the day-to-day practice of social work; the creation, administration, and operation of social service agencies; and the ways in which social workers and attorneys collaborate to serve the public.

Evidence Based Interventions For Social Work In Health Care

Author: Marcia Egan
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135262934
Size: 17,19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Social work practice in health care requires that practitioners be prepared to meet the interdisciplinary and managed care demands for best practices in efficacious, time-limited, and culturally competent interventions, with populations across the lifespan. This text is designed to meet that demand for evidence-based practice. The result of extensive systematic reviews, Evidence-based Interventions for Social Work in Health Care provides substantive in-depth knowledge of empirically based interventions specifically for major and emerging medical diseases and health conditions particularly affecting diverse, at-risk and marginalized populations. It outlines best practices for the psychosocial problems associated with the emerging chronic and major health conditions of the twenty-first century, such as paediatric asthma, Type I and Type II diabetes, obesity, paediatric cancer, and adult hypertension. The interventions discussed are detailed in terms of for whom, by whom, when, under what circumstances, for what duration, and for what level client system the intervention has proven most effective. This invaluable text is suitable for students and will be a useful reference for practitioners specialising in social work in health settings.

Outcome Informed Evidence Based Practice Plus Mysocialworklab With Etext

Author: John G. Orme
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780205008582
Size: 11,99 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"Provides practical ways to measure and monitor client progress." Part of Advancing Core Competencies Series, a unique series that helps students taking advanced social work courses apply CSWE's core competencies and practice behaviors examples to specialized fields of practice." ""Outcome-Informed Evidence Based Practice" shows students practical ways to measure and monitor client progress and use this feedback to help clients achieve their goals. "Outcome Informed Evidence Based Practice "places emphasis on social workers who provide direct services to clients, not only in clinical settings, but in a broad array of other settings such as schools, health care, social service agencies, residential facilities, and more. Using case examples in almost every chapter, this text highlights the diversity of clients encountered by social workers, providing real-world contexts for discussing chapter concepts. This text is also useful for psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and other allied health care and social service professionals. Learning GoalsUpon completing the book, readers should be able to: Help clients make the best decisions by measuring and monitoring client progress, and modifying interventions accordingly, Graph, analyze, and interpret their client's progress Recognize social workers should systematically measure and monitor their clients' outcomes at regular frequent intervals Identify measurement issues that influence the quality of the information collected by them and their client Note: MySocialWorkLab does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase MySocialWorkLab, please visit: or you can purchase a valuepack of the text + MySocialWorkLab (at no additional cost). VP: 0205206859

Program Evaluation An Introduction

Author: David Royse
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0495601667
Size: 19,57 MB
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Praised by instructors and students alike, PROGRAM EVALUATION: AN INTRODUCTION helps your students evaluate services and programs that they will encounter in their professional practice. In the process of learning evaluation techniques and skills, students will become proficient at critically analyzing evaluation studies conducted by others. The authors present and simplify all the essentials needed for a critical appreciation of evaluation issues and methodology. The authors clear writing style and clear presentation of concepts, as well as the text’s hands-on and applied focus, will guide students on how to gather evidence and demonstrate that their interventions and programs are effective in improving clients lives. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Clinical Assessment And Diagnosis In Social Work Practice

Author: Jacqueline Corcoran
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190211016
Size: 19,90 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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In Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis in Social Work Practice, seasoned practitioner-scholars Jacqueline Corcoran and Joseph Walsh provide an in-depth exploration of fourteen major mental disorders that social workers commonly see in practice, including anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. They skillfully integrate several perspectives in order to help practitioners meet the challenges they will face in client assessment, and present a risk and resilience framework that helps social workers understand environmental influences on the emergence of mental disorders and the strengths that clients already possess. The authors also catalog the latest evidence-based assessment instruments and treatments for each disorder so that social workers can intervene efficiently and effectively, using the best resources available. Students and practitioners alike will appreciate the wealth of case examples, evidence-based assessment instruments, treatment plans, and new social diversity sections that make this an essential guide to the assessment and diagnostic processes in social work practice.

Management Of Human Service Programs

Author: Judith Lewis
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 084003427X
Size: 16,22 MB
Format: PDF
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This book introduces students to the theory and practice of managerial and leadership functions, with a practical approach that provides important guidelines for working within agencies. The authors address important topics germane to management and administration, including evidence-based and empirically supported practice, challenges of management, environments of human service agencies, program design, organizational theory and design, human resources, supervisory relationships, finances, information systems, program evaluation, organizational change, leadership, and achieving and maintaining organizational excellence. To help illustrate specific issues, the authors have included case examples throughout the text. In addition, a new running case set at the Grandview Community Center helps students see each issue more clearly because it takes place against the backdrop of a single setting. Reflection questions encourage students to consider how they would handle the scenario. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Social Work Evaluation

Author: James R. Dudley
Editor: Lyceum Books
ISBN: 9781935871408
Size: 17,74 MB
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Dudley's text is an introduction to both programme and practice evaluation for social workers. Using the logic model as a theoretical framework, Dudley has developed seven specific steps for conducting evaluations during the planning, implementation, and outcomes stages of programmes and practices. This new edition has added information about the role of evaluation in the implementation and generation of evidence-based practices, and the necessity of evaluation to ensure accountability to all stakeholders.