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Gibbs, L., Gambrill, E. (2002). Evidence-Based Practice: Counterarguments to Objections. Research on Social Work Practice, 12(3), 452-476. 5 key steps in implementing EBP: (1) with the client, "convert information needs into answerable questions" (453) (2) find best possible relevant information (3) critically appraise findings (454) (4) choose best & most relevant info, apply the best possible...

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L., Gibbs, Gambrill, E. (2002). Evidence-Based Practice: Counterarguments to Objections. Research on Social Work Practice, 12(3), 452-476. 5 key steps in implementing EBP: (1) with the client, "convert information needs answerable into questions" (453) (2) find best possible relevant information (3) critically appraise findings (454) (4) choose best & most relevant info, apply the best possible intervention (5) evaluate the outcome

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