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Evidence-Based Practice and Social Work

Evidence-based practice and social work
Bruce A.Thyer

In the late 1980s, a group of physicians concerned with enhancing the scientific foundations of clinical medicine formed a loose-knit organisation called the Evidence-based Medicine Working Group (EBMWG). They proposed a systematic process by which individual clinicians could help make more research-informed decisions about the care of individual clients, a process ...

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