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Group work with populations at risk

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social group work.,
  • Marginality, Social.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Geoffrey L. Greif, Paul H. Ephross.
    ContributionsGreif, Geoffrey L., Ephross, Paul H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV45 .G73165 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 458 p. cm.
    Number of Pages458
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3690838M
    ISBN 100195156676
    LC Control Number2003060917

    High-Risk and Vulnerable Populations. By working closely with local communities, faculty in our High At Risk Populations Research Interest Group have come to view health care in a different way. The goal is to help people stay healthy through early intervention and . The population at risk is the group of people, healthy or sick, who would be counted as cases if they had the disease being studied. For example, if a general practitioner were measuring how often patients consult him about deafness, the population at risk would comprise those people on his list (and perhaps also of his partners) who might see.

    Practice, theory and research about group dynamics and group work in task groups, psychoeducational groups, support groups, and therapeutic groups are analyzed and applied as part of learning the basics of group work in human services settings. Prerequisite:   For vulnerable populations, their health and healthcare issues may be exacerbated by social factors. Here are just 5 vulnerable populations who experience greater risk .

    This book provides an overview of practice knowledge and principles for social workers and other practitioners to work with the LGBT population. Topics include the provision of individual, couples, group, family, and community work to individuals who are LGBT. Diversity as well as ethical issues are explored. Savin-Williams, R. such as at-risk families and those with confirmed reports of maltreatment or neglect, are described below. “Parent-child interaction therapy is one of the most effective evidence-based practices in the field today. Using an. in vivo training technique, parents acquire more effective parenting skills, children’s behavioral problems improve, and.


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Group Work with Populations at Risk Greif, G ISBN Table of Contents INTRODUCTION Social Work with Groups: Practice Principles Paul H. Ephross PART I. HEALTH ISSUES 1.

Group Work with People who Have Cancer Steven R. Rose and Barry M. Daste 2. Group Work with People who Suffer from Serious Mental Illness Charles Garvin 3.

Reaching At-Risk Populations in an Emergency. Related Pages. Emergency planners and managers need to know how to identify, locate, and reach all affected groups in an emergency. It can be challenging to reach some of the groups of people most at risk. These resources provide public health officials information for identifying at-risk groups and.From the Green Book.

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