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Direct Practice


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Direct Practice

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Direct Social Work Practice

Direct Practice in Social Work

Perioperative Hemodynamic Monitoring and Goal Directed Therapy: From Theory to Practice

Social Work Practice in the Digital Age: Therapeutic E-Mail as a Direct Practice Methodology

Direct Payments and Social Work Practice: The Significance of ‘Street-Level Bureaucracy’ in Determining Eligibility

Retaining Novices to Become Expert Child Protection Practitioners: Creating Career Pathways in Direct Practice

A Qualitative Analysis of an Advanced Practice Nurse–Directed Transitional Care Model Intervention

Variability in the point to which single direct field irradiation is prescribed for spinal bone metastases: a survey of practice patterns in Japan

Controlled Trial of Direct Physician Order Entry: Effects on Physicians' Time Utilization in Ambulatory Primary Care Internal Medicine Practices

Religion and Spirituality in Social Work Education and Direct Practice at the Millennium: A Survey of UK Social Workers

Direct-access to abdominal ultrasonic investigation from general practice—the role in earlier cancer diagnosis

Goal-directed therapy for RA in routine practice is associated with improved function in patients with disease duration up to 15 years

175TRANSLATING NEW TECHNOLOGY INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE: SHOULD A DIRECT MEASURE OF CEREBRAL PERFUSION BE USED IN SYNCOPE AND FALLS ASSESSMENT?

Direct Payments and Personal Budgets: Putting Personalisation into Practice, 3rd edn, J. Glasby and R. Littlechild

ISQUA17-1976MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION PRACTICES ON THE WEEKEND VERSUS WEEKDAYS?: A DIRECT OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF 227 PAEDIATRIC NURSES

Direct Payments and Personal Budgets: Putting Personalisation into Practice, 2nd edn, Jon Glasby and Rosemary Littlechild, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2009, pp. xii + 217, ISBN 978-1-84742-317-7 (pbk), £18.99

 

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Jacqueline Corcoran

Direct practice in social work represents the micro-level practice environment (individuals, families, and groups). This encompasses a vast arena of practice as social workers are employed in many ...

Subjects: Social Work.


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