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Scholars Day 2008, Wednesday, April 9

Evidence Based Practice with Domestic Violence Victims in a Hospital Setting

Evidence-based practice (EBP), or empirically based practice, both relate to the concept of the intergration of practice methods and increased knowledge of research methods. (Blythe, 1992, as cited by Cournoyer, 2004. More specifically, evidence based social work is the mindful and sytematic identification,, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of evidence of practice effectiveness, as a primary part of integrative and collaborative process concerning the selection and application of service to target client groups (pg.4). For this presentation,the writer will be presenting information regarding the findings of EBP when working with victims of domestic violence in a hospital setting.

Presenter: Jennifer Russo (Graduate Student)
Topic: Social Work
Location: 316 MetroCenter
Time: 6 pm (Session VI)