Browsing School of Social Work by Title
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|Restoring Hope: Intervening Successfully to Increase Safety for Neglected Children |
|Restoring the Workplace: A Research-Driven Agenda for EAPs |
|The Results of a Traditional Alcohol Intervention Approach with Alcohol Abusers in a Heavy Industry Setting in Russia |
|Retaining Competent Child Welfare Workers: Lessons From Research |
|Retention of Child Welfare Staff: Implications for Social Work Education and Research |
|Rethinking Social Work's Interpretation of 'Environmental Justice': From Local to Global |
|Rethinking the purposes & content of international social work for BSW students |
|A Retrospective Analysis of Postcards and Worksite Events for 82 Employers at KGA |
|Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis of Employee Assistance Program: Employer Case Study of Piraeus Bank |
|Return to Work Safely Protocol: COVID-19 Specific National Protocol for Employers and Workers |
|Return-on-Investment (ROI) Calculations for Behavioral Health: Development and Application |
|A review of Canadian EAP Policies |
|A review of EAP evaluation in the 1990s |
|Review of Investigations of Suspected Instances of Child Abuse and Neglect In Out-of-Home Care |
|Review of Investigations of Suspected Instances of Child Abuse and Neglect In Out-of-Home Care (Project) |
|A Review of: “Work and the Workplace: A Resource for Innovative Policy and Practice,” by Sheila H. Akabas and Paul A. Kurzman |
|Revisiting Employee Assistance Programs and Substance Use Problems in the Workplace: Key Issues and a Research Agenda |
|A Rich and Complicated Web: Prostitution Diversion Participants' Relationships With Family, Friends, and Providers |
|Richard P. Barth Commentary on WYPR-FM |
|The Rise of Evangelicalism & the Global Economy: Implications for Social Work Practice with Latinos |
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