• March 2008
  • Vol. 9, No. 2

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The Evidence-Based Internship

The Evidence-Based Internship: A Field Manual, edited by Barbara Thomlison and Kevin Corcoran, helps social work students, supervisors, and field instructors gain familiarity with the latest protocols and methods of evidence-based practice. Designed to give students the skills to complete a rewarding internship, the manual helps students and others identify, locate, and use evidence-based practices, as well as to incorporate their field experience into their own practice models. Chapters include practical information on evidence-based skills and interventions, skills for assessment, practice interventions for co-occurring conditions, mental health interventions, at-risk and violent youth, risk assessment, gathering evidence, assessing competencies, and more.

The book is available from Oxford University Press:


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