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date: 31 October 2020

Evidence-Based Practice in Arab Societieslocked

  • Ahmed T. HelalAhmed T. HelalAssiut University

Summary

The concept of evidence-based practice (EBP) was introduced in social work by Mary Richmond, who had the revolutionary notion of adopting a more direct practice with clients.

The origins of EBP in the United States are traced, as well as its emergence in the Arab world. Discussed are various Arab faculties and departments of social work that include EBP among their academic courses. Social work settings that apply EBP in professional interventions with clients are examined. Barriers and challenges to the processes of both teaching and learning EBP in Arab society are highlighted. The future outlook for EBP in Arab schools of social work is explored.

Subjects

  • Social Work Research and Evidence-based Practice

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