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Author Thyer, Bruce A
Title Developing Evidence-Based Generalist Practice Skills
Imprint Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
©2013
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (266 pages)
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Note Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- Chapter 1 Evidence-Informed Practice -- What Is Evidence-Informed Practice? -- Three Philosophies of Evidence-Based Practice -- Different Kinds of Questions -- Different Styles of Evidence-Based Practice -- Examples of Evidence-Based Decision Making -- Hallmarks and Implications of the Philosophy of Evidence-Based Practice and Care -- Move Away From Authoritarian Practices and Policies -- Honor Ethical Obligations -- Making Practices, Policies, and Their Outcomes Transparent -- Encourage a Systemic Approach for Integrating Practical, Ethical, and Evidentiary Issues -- Maximize Knowledge Flow -- Educational Implications -- Controversies -- Obstacles -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 2 Trauma-Informed Practice -- Overview -- Defining Trauma -- Types of Trauma -- Trauma-Related Diagnoses -- Risk Factors -- Social Work and Trauma -- Assessment of Trauma -- Trauma Specific Versus Generic Assessments -- Administering Trauma Assessments -- Client Age Considerations -- Cultural Issues in Assessment -- Interpreting Trauma Assessment Data -- Trauma Assessment Instruments -- Interventions for Trauma -- Psychosocial Treatments for Trauma -- Psychosocial Interventions for Trauma in Youth -- Trauma Interventions and Evidence-Based Rating Systems -- Pharmacological Treatments for Trauma -- Treatments to Avoid -- Future Issues in Trauma-Informed Practice -- Anticipated Changes in DSM-5 -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 3 Interviewing Skills -- Introduction -- Definition -- Interviewing as an Art -- Interviewer Challenges -- The Helping Relationship -- Techniques or Values -- An Ethical Issue -- Interviewing Modalities
The One-on-One Interview -- The Joint or Dyadic Interview -- The Family Interview -- Group Interviews -- Other Interviewing Modalities -- Telephone Interviewing -- Video Interviews -- Use of Interpreters -- The Interview Setting -- Interviewing Techniques -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 4 Problem Identification, Contracting, and Case Planning -- Introduction -- Historical Background -- Importance of Evidence-Based Documentation Skills -- Using Evidence-Based Principles in Problem Identification and Case Planning -- Creating the Problem Statement -- Measuring the Problem Behavior -- Developing the Service or Case Plan -- Recordkeeping and the Problem-Oriented Record -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 5 Case Management -- Models of Case Management -- The Broker Model -- Assertive Community Treatment -- Intensive Case Management With Individual Case Managers -- Clinical Case Management -- Historical Background of Case Management -- Social Casework -- Emergence of Community-Based Case Management -- The Present -- Summary of Current Evidence-Based Information on Case Management -- Implementation Research -- Outcome Research -- Assertive Community Treatment/Intensive Case Management -- Clinical Case Management -- Specialized Programs -- Cost Containment -- Limitations of the Evidence -- Implications for Social Work on Micro, Mezzo, and Macro Levels -- Micro Level -- Mezzo Level -- Macro Level -- Limitations -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 6 Advocacy -- Advocacy and Social Work -- Definitions and Classifications -- Creating Advocacy Culture -- CHEERS Model of Attributes for Social Work Advocacy -- Advocacy Education
Professional Advocacy Training -- Advocacy Research and Evaluation -- Advocacy in Clinical Social Work -- International Clinical Social Justice -- Evolving Clinical Social Work Advocacy -- Advocacy in Macro Social Work -- Macro Practice Strategies -- Normative Strategies -- Negotiation and Bargaining -- Confrontation -- Multimodal Strategies and Approaches -- Advocacy: Taking It One Step at a Time -- A Differential Model of Advocacy -- User-Led Advocacy -- Whistle-Blowing -- Conflict Resolution: Negotiation and Spirituality of Advocacy -- Cyber-Activism: The Next Wave of Advocacy -- The Role of Values -- National and International Advocacy Movements -- Grassroots Advocacy -- Global Social Work Advocacy -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 7 Crisis Intervention -- Introduction -- Trends in Crisis Intervention -- Prevalence and Impact of Emotional Trauma -- Mental Health and Trauma -- Crisis Response and Crisis Intervention -- Historical Background -- Roberts's Seven-Stage Practice Model for Crisis Intervention -- Discussion -- Summary of Current Evidence-Based and Informed Information on Crisis Intervention -- Challenges in Implementing Evidence-Based Practice -- Consumer Information Overload -- Professional Information Overload -- Lack of Standardized Instruments -- Effectiveness Training and Skill Set -- Organizational Culture and Climate -- Provider Demographics -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 8 Practice Evaluation -- Brief Background -- Evidence-Based Information on Practice Evaluation -- Case Studies -- The B Design -- The AB Design -- The ABA Design -- The ABAB Design -- Multiple Baseline Designs -- Multiple Baseline Design Across Clients -- Multiple Baseline Design Across Problems
Multiple Baseline Design Across Situations -- Alternating Treatments Design -- Is There a Hierarchy of Research Evidence? -- Limitations of This Approach -- Implications for Social Work on Micro, Mezzo, and Macro Levels -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Chapter 9 Termination, Stabilization, and Continuity of Care -- Historical Trends -- A Broader Perspective on Service Delivery -- Importance of Termination and Stabilization -- Stabilization -- Case Management, Brief Therapy, and Crisis Intervention -- Conclusion -- Key Terms -- Review Questions for Critical Thinking -- Online Resources -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index
BRUCE A. THYER, PhD, LCSW, is Professor and former dean of the College of Social Work at Florida State University. He is the founding and current editor of the bimonthly journal Research on Social Work Practice. CATHERINE N. DULMUS, PhD, LCSW, is Professor, Associate Dean for Research, and Director of the Buffalo Center for Social Research in the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo, SUNY, and Research Director at Hillside Family of Agencies in Rochester, New York. KAREN M. SOWERS, PhD, is Dean and Beaman Professor in the College of Social Work at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research interests include juvenile justice, sexuality, social work education, child welfare, evidence-based practice, and international social work practice
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Thyer, Bruce A. Developing Evidence-Based Generalist Practice Skills Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9781118176962
Subject Evidence-based medicine.;Physicians (General practice)
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Alt Author Dulmus, Catherine N
Sowers, Karen M
Sowers, Karen M
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