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Outcomes Measurement in the Human Services: Cross-Cutting Issues and Methods

Outcomes Measurement in the Human Services: Cross-Cutting Issues and Methods

Outcomes Measurement in the Human Services: Cross-Cutting Issues and Methods

Outcomes-MeasuresOutcomes Measurement in the Human Services, 2nd Ed.: Cross-Cutting Issues and Methods in the Era of Health Reform
Jennifer L. Magnabosco and Ronald W. Manderscheid, Editors
(NASW Press: 2011)

 

 

 

 

The book provides readers with both macro- and micro-perspectives on the topics of outcomes measurement; incorporates practice, policy, and research perspectives; and examines current and long-standing issues within the human services field with regard to outcomes and performance measurement. With numerous authors from the field of social work, this new edition of Outcomes Measurement in the Human Services also boasts contributions from professionals in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, policy research, administration, and numerous other social sciences. With its thorough, authoritative coverage of the issues of outcomes measurement and accountability, this book is appropriate for and directly relevant to courses in evaluation research, clinical practice, social policy, and administration.

CRCC’s Hebah Farrag, Tobin Belzer, Richard Flory and Brie Loskota co-authored the chapter “Faith-Based Human Services: The Current State of Outcomes Assessment.”

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Richard Flory is the senior director of research and evaluation with the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture.

Hebah Farrag is the assistant director of research of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture.

Brie Loskota is the executive director of the USC Center for Religion and Civil Culture.

Tobin Belzer is a contributing fellow with the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture.