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Evidensbaserad praktik - ur ett socialarbetarperspektiv

Johansson, Kristin LU and Ivarsson, Mathias LU (2014) SOPA63 20141
School of Social Work
Abstract
In the following study, the aim has been to create an understanding of what social workers think about an evidence based practice and in which way they mean that this affect social work as a profession. We conducted semistructured interviews with seven socialworkers, working with children and families in three different municipalities. The result of the study has been discussed in relation to former studies on the subject and analyzed by professions theoretical concepts. The study showed that the socialworkers we intervieved seems to connect evidence based practice (EBP) with methods and models which are scientfically proved to be effective. No one of the interwieved social workers connect EBP with the five ground steps which are included... (More)
In the following study, the aim has been to create an understanding of what social workers think about an evidence based practice and in which way they mean that this affect social work as a profession. We conducted semistructured interviews with seven socialworkers, working with children and families in three different municipalities. The result of the study has been discussed in relation to former studies on the subject and analyzed by professions theoretical concepts. The study showed that the socialworkers we intervieved seems to connect evidence based practice (EBP) with methods and models which are scientfically proved to be effective. No one of the interwieved social workers connect EBP with the five ground steps which are included in the definition of EBP. The interviewed social workers seemed to have different opinions in which way EBP influences the profession in terms of, knowledge, substitution, discretion, status and confidence. (Less)
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author
Johansson, Kristin LU and Ivarsson, Mathias LU
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organization
course
SOPA63 20141
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
evidencebased practice, status, discretion, profession, social work
language
Swedish
id
4465128
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2014-06-17 12:03:16
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  abstract     = {In the following study, the aim has been to create an understanding of what social workers think about an evidence based practice and in which way they mean that this affect social work as a profession. We conducted semistructured interviews with seven socialworkers, working with children and families in three different municipalities. The result of the study has been discussed in relation to former studies on the subject and analyzed by professions theoretical concepts. The study showed that the socialworkers we intervieved seems to connect evidence based practice (EBP) with methods and models which are scientfically proved to be effective. No one of the interwieved social workers connect EBP with the five ground steps which are included in the definition of EBP. The interviewed social workers seemed to have different opinions in which way EBP influences the profession in terms of, knowledge, substitution, discretion, status and confidence.},
  author       = {Johansson, Kristin and Ivarsson, Mathias},
  keyword      = {evidencebased practice,status,discretion,profession,social work},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Evidensbaserad praktik - ur ett socialarbetarperspektiv},
  year         = {2014},
}