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|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 |
|Risk and protective factors associated with adolescent sexual activity |
|Risk Management Approach to Analyzing Outcomes from EAP Counseling: Part 1 of Series with Global Data from the Workplace Outcome Suite© by Morneau Shepell |
|Risk of Being Overweight or Obese among Army Spouses: The Impact of Deployment, Distress, and Perceived Social Support |
|Risk of Compassion Fatigue and Burnout and Potential for Compassion Satisfaction Among Employee Assistance Professionals: Protecting the Workforce |
|Risk Shifting and Managed Care: Should EAP's Be Concerned? |
|The Risks and Rewards of Marriage for Fire Fighters: A Literature Review with Implications for EAP |
|Risks of Serious Maltreatment Without Additional Child Welfare Services |
|The Role and Qualifications of the Substance Abuse Professional |
|The Role of a Payor Advisory Board in Managed Mental Health Care: The IBM Approach |
|The Role of Ceremonials in Organizational Behavior |
|The Role of Employee Assistance Programs |
|The Role of Employee Assistance Programs in Managed Behavioral Healthcare |
|The role of Employee Assistant Programme in managing workplace violence: The experience of South African Police Service members in the greater Tzaneen municipality |
|The role of mutual aid/self-help in North American occupational assistance: Past, present and future. |
|The Role of Self-efficacy, Technology Acceptance, and Support, in E-Learning for Child Welfare Workers |
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