Outcomes Measurement in the Human Services: Cross-cutting Issues and Methods

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Edward J. Mullen, Jennifer L. Magnabosco
NASW Press, 1 gen 1997 - 342 pagine
This is the first-ever handbook to cover outcomes measurement for the human services profession. Readers will benefit from a wide range of expert thinking on outcomes measurement in mental and behavioural health, child and family services, and health. Uncover the conceptual and practical issues in developing clinical outcomes systems, measuring health care outcomes from the patient's point of view, and much more. This text is essential reading for practitioners dealing with managed care requirements, and it is important for preparing new practitioners. Special Features: Implications of continuous quality improvement for social work services; Case studies to provide a real-life perspective; Insights on merging good clinical practice with outcomes research.

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Conceptual
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Where We Are
35
Health Care Outcomes from the Patients Point of View
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Edward Mullen is Professor of Spanish at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he has taught since 1971. He is co-editor of the Afro-Hispanic Review. He received the Ph.D. in Romance languages from Northwestern University and has also taught at Purdue University. Professor Mullen has received the Woodrow Wilson and American Council of Learned Societies fellowships. He has served on the Executive Committee of the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages (ADFL) and was the President from 1991 to 1992. He is the author of Carlos Pellicer; Langston Hughes in the Hispanic World and Haiti; Contemporaneos: Revista mexicana de cultura; The Life and Poems of a Cuban Slave; La poesia de Carlos Pellicer: Interpretaciones criticas; Critical Essays on Langston Hughes; Sendas literarias: Hispanoamerica, written with David Darst; and most recently, Afro-Cuban Literature: Critical Junctures.

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