Details how social workers engaged in direct practice can carry out research projects within the constraints of agencies where money, time, and other resources are precious commodities. The authors cover measurement, assessment, intervention and monitoring of clients' progress, evaluating effectiveness, and reporting results are all discussed in clear and concise terms.
|Publisher:||Columbia University Press|
About the Author
Betty Blythe is professor in the School of Social Work at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. Tony Tripodi is professor and director of the School of Social Work, Ohio State University. Scott Briar is director of the Institute on Children and Families at Risk, Florida International University.