Evidence-Based Practice Manual: Research & Outcome...

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The Evidence-Based Practice Manual was developed as an all-inclusive and comprehensive practical desktop resource. It includes 104 original chapters, each specially written by the most prominent and experienced medical, public health, psychology, social work, criminal justice, and public
policy practitioners, researchers, and professors in the United States and Canada. This book is specifically designed with practitioners in mind, providing at-a-glance overviews and direct application chapters. This is the only interdisciplinary volume available for locating and applying
evidence-based assessment measures, treatment plans, and interventions. Particular attention has been given to providing practice guidelines and exemplars of evidence-based practice and practice-based research.

The Evidence-Based Practice Manual emphasizes and summarizes key elements, issues, concepts, and how-to approaches in the development and application of evidence-based practice. Discussions include program evaluation, quality and operational improvement strategies, research grant applications,
validating measurement tools, and utilizing statistical procedures. Concise summaries of the substantive evidence gained from methodologically rigorous quantitative and qualitative research provide make this is an accessible resource for a
oad range of practitioners facing the mandate of
evidence-based practice in the health and human services.

Table of Contents
Section I: Overview and Critical Issues
1. Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D. and Kenneth Yeager, Ph.D.: Designing, Searching for, Finding, and Implementing Practice-Based Research and Evidence-Based Studies
2. Vikki L. Vandiver D.P.H. and Kevin Corcoran Ph.D. J.D.: Implementing Best Practice and Expert Consensus Procedures
3. Richard N. Rosenthal M.D.: Overview of Evidence Based Practices
4. Robert Hayward M.D., M.P.H., FRCPC: Informing Health Choices: Reflections on Knowledge Integration Strategies for Electronic Health Records
5. Gregory Teague, Ph.D., Tom Trabin, and Charles Ray: Toward Common Performance Indicators and Measures for Accountability in Behavioral Health
6. Mary Anne Casey, Ph.D. and Richard Krueger, Ph.D.: An Overview of Focus Group Interviewing
7. Kenneth Yeager, Ph.D. and Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: Mental Illness, Substance Dependence and Suicidality: Secondary Data Analysis
8. Fredric G. Reamer Ph.D.: Making Participant Observation Research Matter: A Typology Based on 12,000 Felons
9. Carrie Petrucci Ph.D., Stuart Kirk Ph.D., and William Reid, D.S.W.: Computer Technology and Social Work
10. Harris Chaiklin Ph.D.: Problem Formulation, Conceptualization, and Theory Development
11. Gunner Almgren, Ph.D.: Statistics for Human Service Workers
Section II: Research Ethics and Step-by-Step Research Grant Guidelines
12. Stephen W. Hwang M.D., M.P.H., Rochelle E. Martin, M.Sc., and Ahmed M. Bayoumi, M.D., M.S.: Methodological, Practical and Ethical Challenges to Inner-City Health Research
13. Beverley J. Antle, Ph.D., Cheryl Regehr, Ph.D., and F. Mishna, Ph.D.: Qualitative Research Ethics: Thriving within Tensions
14. David Streiner, Ph.D.: The Fine Art of Grantsmanship
15. Carol T. Mow
ay, Ph.D.: Applying for Research Grants: Step-by-Step Guidelines
16. Cindy A. Crusto, Ph.D. and A
aham Wandersman, Ph.D.: Setting the Stage for Accountability and Program Evaluation in Community-Based Grant-making
17. Michael J. Camasso Ph.D., Carol Harvey Ph.D. and Radha Jagannathan Ph.D.: Conducting Cost-Benefit Analysis in Human Service Settings
Section III: Evidence-Based Practice: Diagnosis, Interventions, and Outcome Research
18. Aaron Rosen, Ph.D., and Enola K. Proctor, Ph.D.: Concise Standards for Developing Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines
19. Sophia F. Dziegielewski, Ph.D. and Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: Healthcare Evidence Based Practice: A Product of Political and Cultural Times
20. Edward J. Mullen, D.S.W.: Facilitating Practitioner Use of Evidence-Based Practice
21. Edward J. Mullen, D.S.W. and William Bacon, Ph.D.: Implementation of Practice Guidelines and Evidence-Based Treatment: A Survey of Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Social Workers
22. Len Gibbs Ph.D. and Eileen Gam
ill Ph.D.: Measuring Skills and Reasoning Scientifically and Critically About Practice
23. William Reid, D.S.W. and Anne E. Fortune, Ph.D.: Task Centered Practice: An Exemplar of Evidence-Based Practice
24. Michael J. Camasso, Ph.D.: Treatment Evidence in a Non-Experimenting Practice Environment: Some Recommendations for Increasing Supply and Demand
25. Craig Winston LeCroy Ph.D. and Scott Okamoto Ph.D.: Evidence-Based Practice and Manualized Treatment with Children
26. Carlton Munson Ph.D.: Evidence-Based Treatment for Traumatized and Abused Children
27. David W. Springer, Ph.D.: Treating Juvenile Delinquents with Conduct Disorder, ADHD, and Oppositional Defiance Disorder
28. Jonathan S. A
amowitz, Ph.D. and Stephanie A. Schwartz, Ph.D.: Evidence-Based Treatments for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Deciding What Treatment Method Works for Whom?
29. Bernard Bloom, Ph.D., Kenneth Yeager, Ph.D. and Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: The Implications of Controlled Outcome Studies on Planned Short-Term Psychotherapy with Depressive Disorders
30. Bernard Bloom Ph.D., Kenneth Yeager, Ph.D. and Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: Evidence Based Practice with Anxiety Disorders: Guidelines Based on 59 Outcome Studies
31. M. Elizabeth Vonk, Ph.D. and Patrick Bordnick, Ph.D., M.P.H.: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Persons with PTSD: An Evidence Based Approach
32. Mary Beth Harris, Ph.D. and Cynthia Franklin, Ph.D.: Evidence-Based Life Skills Interventions for Pregnant Adolescents in School Settings
33. Karen Knox, Ph.D.: Evidence-Based Practice with EMDR
34. Joseph Walsh Ph.D. and Jacqueline Corcoran Ph.D.: Dysthymic Disorder and the College Student: Evidence-Based Mental Health Approach
35. Mark Willen
ing, M.D. and Hildi Hagedorn Ph.D.: Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) Clinics
36. Jacqueline Cocoran Ph.D.: Evidence Based Couples Therapy with Depressed Clients
Section IV: Epidemiological and Public Health Research
37. David Streiner, Ph.D.: Epidemiology Basics and Foundation Skills
38. Annelise Tran, Jacques Gardon, Laurent Polidori: Application of Remote Sensing for Disease Surveillance in Urban and Suburban Areas
39. James C. Thomas, MPH, PhD, Eugenia Eng, MPH, DrPH, Sara Ackerman, MPH, Jo Anne Earp, ScD, Hattie Ellis, MEd, and Colleen Carpenter, MA, MPH: Establishing Collaborations that Engender Trust in the Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
40. Gred Holzman and Todd Harwell: Prevalence of Smoking and Cessation Among Northern Plains Indians
41. Diana P. Hackbarth, RN, PhD, FAAN: Using Evaluation Data as the Basis for a Local Ordinance to Control Alcohol and Tobacco Billboards in Chicago
42. Lynda S.Voigt Ph.D.: Use of Random Digit Dialing to Recruit Representative Population Samples: Epidemiological Case Control Studies
Section V: Conceptualization, Operationalization, and Measurement
43. Charles L. Usher Ph.D.: Measuring and Evaluating Effectiveness of Services for Families and Children
44. Michael S. Hendryx Ph.D.: Risk Adjusted Mental Health Outcomes
45. Cynthia Franklin Ph.D., Patricia A. Cody, M.S.W., and Catheleen Jordan, Ph.D.: Validity and Reliability in Family Assessment
46. Charles Auerbach, Ph.D., Heidi Heft LaPorte, D.S.W., Richard K. Caputo, Ph.D.: Statistical Methods for Estimates of Inter-rater Reliability
47. Carol Snively Ph.D.: Elements of Consumer Based Outcome Measurement
48. Heather Parris, M.S.S.W. and John S. Wodarski, Ph.D.: Using Computer Technology in the Measurement and Prevention of College Drinking
Section VI: Assessment Tools and Measures
49. Kevin Corcoran Ph.D.: Locating Measurement Tools and Instruments for Individuals and Couples
50. David Streiner, Ph.D.: Overview of Health Scales and Measures
51. Edward J. Mullen, D.S.W., Christopher Lucas, M.D., Prudence Fisher, Ph.D., and William Bacon, Ph.D.: Clinician and Patient Satisfaction with Computer-Assisted Diagnostic Assessment in Community Outpatient Clinics
52. Marianne R. Yoshioka, Ph.D. and Tazuko Shibusawa, Ph.D.: Psychosocial Measures for Asian Pacific Americans
53. Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: Crisis Assessment Measures and Tools
54. Phyllis Solomon Ph.D. and Jeffrey Drane Ph.D.: Outcome Measurement Scale with Families of the Seriously Mentally Ill
55. Natasha Bowen, Ph.D. Gary Bowen Ph.D. and Michael Wooley Ph.D.: Constructing and Validating Assessment tools for School Based Practitioners: The Elementary School Successful Profile
56. Patrick Bordnick, Ph.D., M.P.H., Betsy Vonk, Ph.D. and Ken Graap, M.Ed.: PTSD and Trauma Assessment Scales
57. Gary Mitchell, M.S.W. and Dawn Koontz, Ph.D.: Diagnosis and Assessment of Comorbid Oppositional Defiance Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
58. Graham Glancy, M.D. and Cheryl Regehr, Ph.D.: Assessment Measures for Sexual Predators: Step-by-Step Guidelines
59. Nathaniel J. Pallone, Ph.D. and James J. Hennessy, Ph.D.: \"Optimal Practice\" Clinical Neuropsychology: A Cautionary Tale and Revisionist Proto-Model
60. Gary Dick Ph.D.: Development of the Fatherhood Scale
61. Anna C. Faul Ph.D. and Michiel A. van Zyl Ph.D.: Constructing and Validating a Specific Multi-item Assessment or Evaluation Tool
Section VII: Program Evaluation Strategies
62. David Fetterman, Ph.D. and Mimi Eiler, Ph.D.: Empowerment Evaluation
63. C. Aaron McNeece, Ph.D.: The 7 Secrets of a Successful Veteran Evaluator
64. Charles McClintock Ph.D.: Integrating Program Evaluation and Organization Development
65. Michael J. Smith, D.S.W.: Process Vs. Outcome Evaluation
66. Natalia Pane Ph.D.: Data Quality for International Service Evaluation
67. Natalia Pane Ph.D.: The Data Whisperer: Strategies for Motivating Raw Data Providers
68. Douglas Leigh Ph.D.: Needs Assessment: A Step-by-Step Approach
69. Leon Ginsburg, Ph.D.: Budgeting and Fiscal Management in Program Evaluations
70. Thomas Chapel Ph.D.: Constructing and Using Logic Models in Program Evaluation
71. Kenneth R. Yeager Ph.D.: Program Evaluation: This is Rocket Science
72. Elizabeth King Keenan, Ph.D.: The Evaluation of Training for Leaders of Foster and Adoptive Parent Support Groups
73. Dianna L. Newman, Ph.D., Jennifer A. Smith, Ph.D., Margaret M. Geehan, Ph.D. Gail Viamonte, Ed.D.: Documenting Change in Addiction Treatment Systems: A Model for Evaluation and Examples of Its Use
74. Lori Holleran, Ph.D.: Innovative Approaches to Risk Assessment within Alcohol Prevention Programming
Section VIII: Practice-Based Qualitative Research Exemplars
75. Ian Shaw Ph.D.: Qualitative Evaluation Application of Reflective Practice in Direct Care Settings
76. Albert R. Roberts, Ph.D.: Qualitative Research with Battered Women: A Continuum Based on 501 Cases
77. Julianne S. Oktay, Ph.D., and Eunice Y. Park, M.S.W.: Using Qualitative Research to Enhance Practice: The Example of Breast Cancer in African American Women
78. Donna Hurdle Ph.D.: Qualitative Research: Cancer Prevention in Older Women
79. Eric D. Johnson, Ph.D.: How Family Members of the Mentally Ill View Mental Health Professionals: A Focused Ethnography
80. William Gomes, Ph.D., Ciommara R. S. Beninca, Ph.D., and Sherri McCarthy, Ph.D.: Death on a Daily Basis: Integrating Research and Practice in Support Groups for ICU Nurses in Southern Brazil
81. Harris Chaiklin, Ph.D. and Marc Lipton, Ph.D.: Family Status and Soup Kitchen Use: Some Policy Considerations Based on Qualitative Research Findings
Section IX: Practice Based Quantitative Research Exemplars
82. Marjorie Wehshar Ph.D.: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach to Suicide Risk Reduction in Crisis Intervention
83. Mona M. Williams-Hayes, Ph.D. and William R. Nugent, Ph.D.: Effects of Restorative Justice on Fear of Revictimization: A Meta-Analysis Using Hierarchical Generalized Linear Models
84. Gerald LaSalle, M.A.: Factors Associated with Crime on the Casino Floor: Implications of Secondary Data Analysis
85. Patricia Brownell, Ph.D. and Jacquelin Berman, Ph.D.: Homicides in Older Women in New York City: A Profile Based on Secondary Data Analysis
86. Howard A. Savin Ph.D.: Effective Outcomes Management at Deveraux
87. Sherri McCarthy, Ph.D. and Thomas Franklin Waters, Ph.D.: Developing Treatment Programs for Drug Courts and Evaluating Effectiveness
88. Paul Longo Ph.D.: Application of Logic Models in Rural Program Development
89. Paul Longo, Ph.D.: Amplifying Performance Measurement Literacy: Reflections from the Appalachian Partnership for Welfare Reform
90. Sarah J. Lewis, Ph.D. and Ellen Goldstein, M.A.: HIV Prevention: Evidenced Based Practice with Infrastructure Support
91. Harris Chaiklin, Ph.D.: Community Reintegration Pre-Release Research Exemplar: Applying Theory to Practice-Based Research
92. Ronald A. Feldman, Ph.D.: Principles, Practices and Findings of the St. Louis Conundrum: A Large-Scale Field Experiment with Anti-Social Children
93. Gina Pisano Robertiello, Ph.D.: Measuring Police and Citizen Perceptions of Police Power in Newark, New Jersey
94. Eric D. Johnson, Ph.D.: The Role of Families in Buffering Stress in Persons with Mental Illness: A Correlational Study
95. Kirtley Thornton, Ph.D.: Cognitive Rehabilitation and Neuronal Plasticity: Research on the Effectiveness of Quantitative EEG Biofeedback
Section X: Establishing, Monitoring and Maintaining Quality and Operational Improvement
96. Diana R. Silimperi M.D.: Framework for Institutionalizing Quality Assurance
97. Catherine Genier-Sennelier, MD, PhD and Etienne Minvielle, MD, PhD: Application of Quality Management Methods for Preventing an Adverse Event: The Case of Falls in Hospitals
98. Kenneth R. Yeager Ph.D.: Establishment and Utilization of Balanced Scorecards
99. Dennis K. Orthner Ph.D. and Gary Bowen Ph.D.: Strengthening Practice Through Results Management
100. Celine Mercier, Michael Landry, Marc Corbere, and Michael Perreault: Measuring Clients Perception as Outcome Measurement
101. Nancy Claiborne Ph.D. and Henry Bandenburgh Ph.D.: Social Work Role in Disease Management
102. Ronald Hunsicker, Ph.D.: Establishing Benchmark Programs within Addictions Treatment
103. Helen Hartnett Ph.D. and Stephen Kapp Ph.D.: Establishment of Quality Programming
Section XI: Epilogue
104. Peter E. Nathan, Ph.D. and Jack M. Gorman. M.D.: The Clinical Utility of Mental Health Research: Bridging the Present to the Future
Appendices:
Internet Resources on Research and Evaluation in Healthcare and Human Service Settings
Glossary

Review Quotes
\"Professors Roberts and Yeager have produced probably the most comprehensive treatment of evidence-based practice. There is everything in here between two covers. The book traverses a vast expanse of territory with depth and clarity, all the way from treating the individual psychotherapy
client to evaluating the outcomes of complex community programs. This manual can be the ultimate guide to information ranging from issues in public health to psychology to criminal justice. With the
oad spectrum of topics and the in-depth view of the scope of the issues, readers would most
likely find the answer regardless what question they may have.\" --Journal of the American Public Human Services Association

\"This book is like a large, rare diamond. ....{it} will be used frequently and is destined to become a classic in the important years ahead.\" --Families in Society

\"The Evidence-Based Practice Manual effectively tackles the biggest questions in social work: Is there sufficient evidence on which to base social work practice decisions? Yes! Should social workers be ethically bound to provide best practices assessment and interventions? Yes! Can social work
any longer afford to ignore the empirical evidence and practice outside of a best practices model? No! Finally, social work practitioners and educators have an outstanding and complete manual to assist in identifying and applying cutting-edge protocols and evidence-based practice.\"-Karen M. Sowers,
Ph.D., Professor and Dean, The University of Tennessee College of Social Work

\"This manual represents a significant and timely step in our further efforts to establish a base for understanding and promoting the efficacy of social work practice. Both social work practitioners and social work educators will find the studies
oadly representative of the field, research
methodologies, and our attempts toward greater accountability in social work practice.\"-- Julia M. Watkins, Ph.D., Executive Director, Council on Social Work Education

\"Most people who work in the health and human services fields do so because they want to help others, to make a difference. This new, practical guide is a rich resource for what really does work -- based on the best of evidence.\"--William L. Roper, M.D., MPH, Dean and Professor of Health
Policy and Administration, School of Public Health and Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina

\"Congratulations to Roberts and Yeager on their magnificent new volume, the Evidence-based Practice Manual, a genuinely seminal contribution to interdisciplinary practice in health and human services. It is the best, most comprehensive, exceptionally well-written and up-to-date book on
knowledge-building and evidence-based practice. Every clinician, researcher and administrator should have a copy on their desk!\"--Bruce A. Thyer, Ph.D., LCSW, Dean, School of Social Work, Florida State University and Editor-in-Chief, Research on Social Work Practice journal

"The Evidence-Based Practice Manual tells you everything you need to know about evidence-based practice, but never thought you could find in one book. The list of contributors reads like a who's who of social service and public health researchers. This comprehensive, multidisciplinary book
presents the latest state-of-the-art information about evidence-based practice."--Elaine P. Congress, DSW Professor and Associate Dean, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service

\"This compendium reviews a comprehensive array of methods of searching for, planning and implementing, and using evidence-based studies and practice-based research. Its 104 excellent and original chapters cover a complete range of quantitative and qualitative research exemplars, assessment
scales and instruments, evidence-based protocols, program evaluation methods, and quality assurance indicators and performance measures in public health and social work settings. All students, professors and practitioners in social work, public health and allied fields should keep this essential
reference nearby on their desks as a valuable resource in helping them implement and advance evidence-based practice.\" --Allen Rubin, Ph.D., Bert Kruger Smith Centennial Professor in Social Work, The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work

" 'All-inclusive' and 'comprehensive' are the most appropriate words to characterize this manual, prepared for those who are implementing or will implement evidence-based practice in their own fields of human services. From individual health intervention to societal policy making, from grant
application to program evaluation, from measurement theories to intricacies of real-world intervention, from the 500-item glossary to the 120 Internet resources, I cannot find areas or topics that are important for those who care about evidence-based practice that are not covered in this
authoritative desktop reference."--Toshi A. Furukawa, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Nagoya City University Medical School, Nagoya, Japan

\"The Evidence-Based Practice Manual includes an extraordinary range of 104 original, informative and well-written chapters that should be required reading for every practitioner of health services research and quality improvement in health care, particularly those involved in mental health
care delivery.\" --Gordon Guyatt, M.D., M.Sc. Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Internal Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; and Chairman, A.M.A. Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group