||Shlonsky, A., & Mildon, R. (2014). Methodological pluralism in the age of evidence-informed practice and policy. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 43(18), 1-11.
||Methodological pluralism in the age of evidence-informed practice and policy
||Scandinavian Journal of Public Health
||This paper discusses helping behaviors and evidence based practices in a social services environment. More specifically this paper discusses various models and frameworks including: Evidence Based Practice (EBP), Methodological pluralism and Evidence Informed Practice (EIP), the Knowledge to Action Cycle (KTA), and the Getting to Outcomes framework (GTO). This analysis is primarily intended to inform practitioners, managers, and policymakers.
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||Review KT Strategies
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