120918 evidence based practice bethlehem university

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Keynote for the workshop on the development day of the Latin University of Bethlehem, Palestine, in cooperation with Latin university Northrhine-Westfalia, Germany.

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120918 evidence based practice bethlehem university

  1. 1. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Evidence based Social Work Practice Implementing learning in social organizations Prof. Dr. Michael Ziemons Katholische Hochschule Nordrhein-Westfalen Abteilung Köln Wörthstr. 10- 50668 Köln Raum 319A Telefon: 00492217757140 E-Mail: m.ziemons@katho-nrw.dewww.katho-nrw.de
  2. 2. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Three dimensions of social work: - practice - theory - research (Engelke 2004)
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  9. 9. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Whats evidence?„EbP consits the following sequence ofevents:1. Convert the need for information into ananswerable question(s) (...).2. Track down the best available evidence toanswer each question.
  10. 10. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Whats evidence?3. Critically evaluate this evidence in terms of itsvalidity, impact and potential relevance to ourclient.4. Integrate relevant evidence with our clinicalexpertise and client values and circumstances.
  11. 11. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster PaderbornWhats evidence? 5. Evaluate our expertise in conducting Steps 1 - 4 above, and evaluate the outcomes of our services to the client, especially focusing on an assessment of enhanced client functioning and/or problem resolution“ (McNeece, Thyer, 2004, S. 10)
  12. 12. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster PaderbornCategories of Evidence A-Level: Systematic Reviews/Meta-Analyses & Randomized Controlled Trials B-Level: Quasi-Exerimental Studies, Case-Control and Cohort Studies, Pre-Experimental Group Studies, Surveys C-Level: Qualitative Studies
  13. 13. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster PaderbornWhats evidence? „EbP says that one should rely on the best AVAILABLE evidence, not only on BEST evidence, such as based on RCT (= randomised-controlled studies - M.Z) (because often there is no BEST evidence available)“ (McNeece, Thyer 2004, S. 10)
  14. 14. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Organisational learning Three types: ● Individual Learning ● Collective/ Social Learning ● Organisational Learning
  15. 15. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Organisational learning Definitions „Organisations learn through experiences. Theyre acting, regarding their experiences, watch the consequences and develop implications for further actions. This is an adaptive-rational process.“ (March et al.)
  16. 16. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Organisational learning Definition „Organisational learning can be understood as a continuous process of exchanging informations between a system and its environment. This process allows the system to implement changes and initiate answers.“ (Morgan)
  17. 17. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Organisational learning Definition „Organisational learning happens, if members of an organisation become learning agents for their organisation, if they discover mistakes in the organisational daily used concepts and theories referring to the external and internal environment of the organisation, correct them and embed the results of their research in the individual and shared opinions in the organisation.“ (Argyris & Schön)
  18. 18. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Organisational learning System-theoretical and constructivistisc Aspects Structur of the system Behavior patterns Real situations
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  25. 25. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Conclusion Evidence based practise offers the chance to make an advantage in the professionalisation of social work: from mission to profession. It is an ethical and scientific need. Universities are the natural partners, and service learning is the best curricular place.
  26. 26. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Literatur Argyris, C./ Schön, D. A. (1999): Die lernende Organisation: Grundlagen, Methode, Praxis, Stuttgart March, J. G. (1990): Entscheidung und Organisation: kritische und konstruktive Beiträge, Entwicklungen und Perspektiven, Wiesbaden Marsick, V. J./ Watkins, K. E. (1999): Facilitating Learning Organizations, Vermont/USA McNeece, A./Thyer, B.: Evidence-Based Practice and Social Work. In: Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 1(2004), S. 5-23 Morgan, G. (1986): Images of organization, Newbury Park; London; New Delhi Schmidt, R.: Evidence-based Social Work Practice. Ein Impuls zu mehr und zu anderer Fachlichkeit, in: „Blätter der Wohlfahrtspflege“, Heft 3/2006 Pictures coming from: Kate Davis, Zanaa Howard: Design thinking and Evidence based practice, on slideshare.net – thx a lot!
  27. 27. KatHO NRW Aachen Köln Münster Paderborn Thanks for your attendance!

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