Social workers like you are constantly in pursuit of more advanced practices and technologies so you can better assist your clients. Evidence-based practice brings a proven set of tools, techniques, and frameworks to approach various social work client cases. This methodology adopts a scientific approach to delivering social work services that help improve client outcomes through evidence-based results.
Social workers applying evidence-based practice continually question their assumptions and seek new information about a client’s case. As the field continues to expand and new evidence-based tools and techniques become available, this practice benefits all social workers and their clients.
In this article, you’ll learn about:
- What is Evidence-Based Social Work?
- Why is it Important?
- 8 Examples of Evidence-Based Practice Models in Social Work
- How to Create a New Evidence-Based Practice Model
Finally, we’ll walk you through how case management software like CaseWorthy helps case managers adopt an evidence-based practice model.