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What is Evidence-Based Social Work Practice?
Evidence-based social work is the mindful and systematic identification, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of evidence of practice effectiveness as a primary part of an integrative and collaborative process concerning the application of service to members of target client groups.
- Barry Cournoyer
Pyramid of Evidence
Acronyms: SRs = Systematic Reviews RCTs = Randomized Controlled Trials