Evidence-Based Practice at the Crossroads: The Role of Common Elements and Common Factors
AuthorBarth, Richard P., 1952-
Lee, Bethany R.
Lindsey, Michael A.
Strieder, Frederick H.
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Other TitlesWhat is the Common Elements Approach?
The Common Elements of Treatment Engagement
DescriptionPresented at the National Association of Social Workers' 6th Annual Fall Clinical Conference. Barth, Lee, Lindsey: Evidence-Based Practice at the Crossroads, The Role of Common Elements and Common Factors; Lee, Barth, Lindsey, Strieder, Evangelista, Becker: What Is the Common Elements Approach?; Lindsey, Lee, Strieder, Barth, Evangelista, Becker: The Common Elements of Treatment Engagement. Authors' affiliation (Barth, Lee, Lindsey, Strieder): School of Social Work, University of Maryland, Baltimore. Author's affiliation (Evangelista): School of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore. Author's affiliation (Becker): School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
Keywordcommon elements approach
Measurement feedback systems
Evidence-based social work
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