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by Roger Fuller

Download In Search of Prevention: The Mars Project (Evaluative Studies in Social Work) eBook
ISBN:
1856283496
Author:
Roger Fuller
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Avebury (November 1, 1992)
Pages:
132 pages
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The concept of 'prevention' presents many enduring dilemmas for social work.

Social work is a core health profession with origins deeply connected to the development of. .The Concept of Prevention in Social Work.

Social work is a core health profession with origins deeply connected to the development of contemporary public health in the United States. Today, many of the nation's 600 000 social workers practice broadly in public health and in other health settings, drawing on a century of experience in combining clinical, intermediate, and population approaches for greater health impact.

This study was called the Eight-Year and it is considered as the beginning stage of the modem program evaluation.

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For example, a case study in medicine may examine a specific patient a doctor treated, and a case study in business might study a particular business's strategy. Generally, a case can be nearly any unit of analysis, including individuals, organizations, events, or actions.

Learning About Social Work in China: Priceless for the University of.

Learning About Social Work in China: Priceless for the University of Houston, Graduate School of Social Work. Effectiveness of Prevention Programs Several studies have found that prevention programs have moderate effects on children’s behavior (Anderson et a. 2003; Coie et a. 1993; Gorey, 2001; Hawkins, Catalano, Kosterman, Abbott, & Hill, 1999; Kazdin, 1991; MacLeod & Nelson, 2000; Nelson, Westhues, & MacLeod, 2003; Olweus, 1994; Walker et a. 1998).

Aims to clarify the concept of prevention in social work, devise a method for evaluating its effectiveness and apply the method to the efforts of a voluntary agency (Mobile Action Resource Service); concludes that intensive social work can be effective with a "resistant" client group.