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Gibbs, L., Gambrill, E. (2002). Evidence-Based Practice: Counterarguments to Objections. Research on Social Work Practice, 12 (3), 452-476. arguments against EBP are made from ignorance, misinterpretation of CSWE standards, or are logical fallacies conclusions . (1) evidence-based practice and any new and valid idea should be discussed
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Unformatted text preview: openly in academic and practice circles. (2) some will “dismiss [EBP] without careful appraisal” because they are comfortable (3) clients deserve to be served by the best-trained clinicians—ones who are open to “inquiry and innovation” (473) and who will not settle for a lesser practice...
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