"Evidence-Based Practice," Jeffrey M. Jenson and Matthew O. Howard. Encyclopedia of Social Work. 2008. "Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a five-step process used to select, deliver, and evaluate individual and social interventions aimed at preventing or ameliorating client problems and social conditions. At its most basic level, EBP seeks to systematically integrate evidence about the efficacy of interventions in clinical decision-making." More
"The Four Cornersontes of Evidence-Based Practice in Social Work," Jane F. Gilgun. Research on Social Work Practice 15(1), January 2005, pp.52-61.
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