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Translating Research Evidence into Gerontological Social Work Practice
This presentation will evaluate what is known about the effectiveness of practice models currently used in agencies. It will also show participants how to work with colleagues and social service teams to identify alternative and additional models of service delivery that are supported by research and which fit with agency goals and structures. The presenter will advise supervisors how to support supervisees in sharing contemporary literature to better understand the issues and challenges confronted by clients, including the health and mental health conditions impacting clients.
Translating Research Evidence into Gerontological Social Work Practice may be taken individually or as part of the 10 training modules for which the enrollee may earn the online SLA Certificate.
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