AuthorBarth, Richard P., 1952-
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AbstractEvidence based practices need to be based, primarily, on practice principles and common pracice elements, not on manuals. Increasing the uptake of evidence based methods will best be achieved by increasing knowledge of common practice elements and common factors. Adapting evidence based practices to international contexts will require emphasis on common factors.
DescriptionPresented to the "The Use of Evidence in Child Welfare Practice and Policy - An International Perspective on Future Directions" Haruy Institute, Bar-llan University, Israel. Author's affiliation: Atlantic Coast Child Welfare Implementation Center, School of Social Work, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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