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Objective: Social worker-teacher classroom collaboration (SWTCC) is an innovative model of intervention for at-risk elementary school children in which a social worker and a teacher work together in the same classroom. The model was evaluated to determine whether or not the intervention improved...
Objective: Estimates of the 6- to 12-month prevalence of substance use and results of tests comparing drug use among individuals that completed and did not complete substance abuse treatment are provided. Method: The sample consists of 499 participants in a computerized assisted telephone...
Objective: This study describes a confirmatory factor analysis of the internal structure of the Practice Skills Inventory (PSI) and assesses reliability and criterion validity of the subscales. Method: The study used a combined survey sample of social work master’s students and experienced...
Objective: A randomized experiment tested the effectiveness of adding a psychoeducationally oriented group therapy intervention, Good Chemistry Groups, to standard inpatient chemical dependency services for clients dually diagnosed with mental and substance dependence disorders. Method:...
Objective: This randomized trial explores whether client responses to a structured interview differed when the interview was administered using a paper instrument or a computer. Method: 100 clients in substance abuse treatment were randomly assigned to undergo a comprehensive clinical assessment...
Objective: Few studies have assessed the outcomes of runaway/homeless youth that seek assistance from shelter or crisis services, which would provide much needed documentation of intervention effectiveness and point to new directions for service provision. The goals of the current study were to:...
After summarizing the recent initiatives and recommendations about doctoral education by the American Association of Universities and the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation, this article reviews selected trends in doctoral education in social work. It recommends five foci for further emphasis:...
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