Comprehensive Handbook of Social Work and Social Welfare, by Karen M. Sowers, Catherine N. Dulmus, William Rowe, Lisa A.

By Karen M. Sowers, Catherine N. Dulmus, William Rowe, Lisa A. Rapp-Paglicci

Complete guide of Social paintings and Social Welfare, quantity three: The occupation of Social paintings positive factors contributions from best foreign researchers and practitioners and offers the main entire, in-depth resource of knowledge at the box of social paintings and social welfare.

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Implications of evidence-informed practice for assessment include: (a) drawing on available problem-related research, for example, about related factors; (b) selecting empirically grounded assessment frameworks that reflect research findings regarding outcomes of interest; (c) using reliable, valid assessment measures including measures designed to assess risk of certain outcomes, such as suicide or child maltreatment; (d) avoiding common errors in integrating data from multiple sources; and (e) involving clients as informed participants and considering their values and preferences.

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