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|Evidence-Based Practices Resource Center |
|Evidence-Based Workplace Mental Health Risk Management: Implications for EAP |
|Evolution of EAP: Historical Changes Over 30 Years and What Purchasers Want Today From Employee Assistance Vendors |
|The Evolution of Employee Assistance Programs in the US: A 20-Year Retrospective from 26 EAP Vendors |
|The Evolution of Employee Assistance: A Brief History and Trend Analysis |
|The Evolution of External Employee Assistance Programs Since the Advent of Managed Behavioral Health Organizations |
|Evolution of the Employee Assistance Program Industry in North America: Historical Changes and What Purchasers Want Today - A Research Report for EASNA |
|An examination of a combined internal-external program: The St. Joseph’s Health Centre Employee Counselling Service. |
|An examination of critical incident stress debriefing for emergency service providers: A quasi-experimental field survey |
|Examination of integration and differentiation of employee assistance programs and work/family programs |
|An Examination of Labour Welfare and Occupational Assistance in Canada |
|An Examination of Reentry into State Sponsored Out of Home Care after Reunificication in Maryland |
|An examination of Social Dominance Orientation and Cultural Competence of Social Workers |
|Examination of Social Exclusion as a Construct and Its Impact on Mortality and Survival Time among Older Adults |
|An examination of Washington, D.C.'s Juvenile Curfew Act of 1995: A single-system approach |
|Examining factors that impact transfer of training by Department of Social Services workers |
|Expanding the Bench in Performan ce Management |
|"The experience of being a foster parent is invaluable to the children" Annual Report of the Maryland Foster Parent Survey |
|Experiences of African American families at an AIDS bereavement camp: A descriptive study |
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