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As we all know, Microsoft Access is the most widely used desktop database system in the world. Microsoft Access is part of Microsoft Office so there is a common interface and a lot of developers and support options available. It pretty much covers all the functionalities that small businesses need. It is significantly less expensive than SQL Server or Oracle. For small businesses, this is the fastest and least expensive database solution you can get to accomplish your goals.

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In This Article Evidence-based Social Work Practice

  • Introduction
  • Introductory Works
  • Textbooks
  • Reference Works
  • Manuals and Guides
  • Bibliographies
  • Journals
    • Social Work Journals with a Focus on Evidence-Based Social Work Practice
    • Journals in Allied Disciplines with a Focus on Evidence-Based Practice
  • European Views in German
  • Development of Evidence-Based Medicine and Health Care
  • Origins of Evidence-Based Social Work Practice
  • Policy
  • Dissemination and Implementation
  • Teaching

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  • LAST REVIEWED: 06 May 2015
  • LAST MODIFIED: 25 November 2014
  • DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780195389678-0001

Introduction

This entry identifies evidence-based practice (EBP) resources with specific reference to social work’s adaptation of evidence-based practice. Whereas the identified references are focused on social work applications, relevant ones dealing with evidence-based medicine (EBM) and evidence-based practice in other health professions (EBP or EBH) are listed. Evidence-based social work practice (EBSWP) may be defined as a professional decision-making process in which social workers and their clients systematically make intervention choices using practitioner expertise to identify (1) client conditions, needs, circumstances, preferences and values; (2) best evidence about intervention options, including potential risk and benefit likelihoods; and (3) contextual resources and constraints bearing on intervention options. Intervention choices refer to action options about how to assess client conditions and circumstances, how to provide services, and how to evaluate the process and outcomes of services. Clients can be individuals, families, groups, communities, or large populations. Best evidence includes findings from scientific studies as well as from other reliable sources considered to be of highest quality, strength, and relevance.

Introductory Works

Excellent references provide introductory descriptions of evidence-based social work practice. Foremost among these is Gibbs 2003. a widely accepted practical text detailing the evidence-based practice process for human services, including social work. The Gibbs text would be the best choice for faculty looking for a detailed evidence-based social work practice text to use in undergraduate as well as graduate practice courses. Mullen, et al. 2011 is a good reference for undergraduate as well as graduate students wanting a brief description of evidence-based social work practice with examples. Students and practitioners wanting a succinct description of the steps required to carry out evidence-based social work practice should read Thyer 2004. Faculty, students, and practitioners should read McNeece and Thyer 2004 for a succinct introduction to applications across the range of social work practice. Soydan and Palinkas 2014 provides a thoughtful overview proposing that evidence-based practice can provide a new professional culture of social work.

Gibbs, Leonard E. 2003. Evidence-based practice for the helping professions: A practical guide with integrated multimedia. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning.

The most popular and straightforward evidence-based practice text written for students in the helping professions. The text adapts the evidence-based medicine process for use in the helping professions. An accompanying CD-ROM contains videos of enactments of evidence-based practice.

McNeece, C. A. and Bruce A. Thyer. 2004. Evidence-based practice and social work. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work 1.1: 7–25.

The essentials of evidence-based social work practice are outlined with reference to micro through macro practice. McNeece and Thyer present a strong argument for why social work should adopt evidence-based social work practice in its education and service programs, seeing such adoption as a professional and ethical imperative necessary for the profession’s survival.

Mullen, Edward J. Jennifer L. Bellamy, and Sarah E. Bledsoe. 2011. Evidence-based practice. In Social work research and evaluation: Foundations of evidence-based practice. 9th ed. Edited by Richard M. Grinnell Jr. and Yvonne A. Unrau, 160–177. New York: Oxford University Press.

This is a basic introduction to evidence-based social work practice written for social work students. This chapter describes evidence-based social work practice with examples, discussing the differences between evidence-based social work practice and other forms of social work practice; examines the fit with social work values and specifies benefits; and discusses the use of systematic reviews and identifies current issues.

Soydan, Haluk and Lawrence A. Palinkas. 2014. Evidence-based practice in social work. development of a new professional culture. New York: Routledge.

In addition to providing a brief overview of EBP, including types of evidence, this work should be used to acquaint practitioners and students with organizational and cultural supports needed to make such practice possible. Most noteworthy are the commentaries on global and cultural extensions of EBP as well as contemporary controversies.

Thyer, Bruce A. 2004. What is evidence-based practice? Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention: A Journal of Evidence-Based Practice 4.2: 167–176.

Thyer provides a clear description of evidence-based practice, seeing it as a new, comprehensive model of health care that provides guidance for social work and other human services. Thyer notes that evidence-based practice is subject to considerable misinterpretation as those invested in the status quo attempt to distort this new and growing movement.

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Leading 100 American retailers based on U.S. retail sales 2015

Leading 100 American retailers in 2015, based on U.S. retail sales (in billion U.S. dollars)

This ranking depicts the leading 100 American retailers in 2015, based on U.S. retail sales. In that year, Wal-Mart was the leading American retailer based on U.S. retail sales of about 353.11 billion U.S. dollars.

Wal-Mart was founded by Samuel Moore Walton (1918-1992) in 1962. Wal-Mart’s headquarters is situated in Bentonville, Arkansas and operates worldwide under different names (Walmex in Mexico and Best Price in India).

Leading retailers in the United States

In this digital age, it seems remarkable that brick-and-mortar retailers have displayed such staying power when it comes to pushing goods through the consumer pipeline. In a year that saw collective sales decline, the department stores in the top 100 generated average sales of just over USD 23 billion in 2012. Top 100 supermarkets were nearly as strong, averaging just over USD 21 billion in 2012 sales.

The retail industry is in the midst of a customer revolution. The collision of the virtual and physical worlds is fundamentally changing consumers’ purchasing behaviors. Consumers are seeking an integrated shopping experience across all channels and expect retailers to deliver this experience. The key drivers of this customer revolution are the rapid adoption of mobile devices, digital media and tablets equipped with shopping apps. In fact, the number of smartphone users in the United States will rise to 178 million by 2015 from just 121 million in 2012.

The retail paradigm has shifted from a physical connection point with customers to a multi-pronged approach that crosses both physical and digital channels. The traditional bricks-and-mortar retail store is no longer the dominant medium for purchasing goods. Instead, it serves as one of many potential connection points between customers and a retailer’s brand.

Today’s consumer is increasingly connected to both the physical and digital space and able to interact with retailers through multiple channels simultaneously. To stay competitive in this ever-evolving landscape, it is imperative for retailers to deliver a seamless customer experience across all channels and provide the right services and products at the right time.

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Leading 100 American retailers based on U.S. retail sales 2015

Leading 100 American retailers in 2015, based on U.S. retail sales (in billion U.S. dollars)

This ranking depicts the leading 100 American retailers in 2015, based on U.S. retail sales. In that year, Wal-Mart was the leading American retailer based on U.S. retail sales of about 353.11 billion U.S. dollars.

Wal-Mart was founded by Samuel Moore Walton (1918-1992) in 1962. Wal-Mart’s headquarters is situated in Bentonville, Arkansas and operates worldwide under different names (Walmex in Mexico and Best Price in India).

Leading retailers in the United States

In this digital age, it seems remarkable that brick-and-mortar retailers have displayed such staying power when it comes to pushing goods through the consumer pipeline. In a year that saw collective sales decline, the department stores in the top 100 generated average sales of just over USD 23 billion in 2012. Top 100 supermarkets were nearly as strong, averaging just over USD 21 billion in 2012 sales.

The retail industry is in the midst of a customer revolution. The collision of the virtual and physical worlds is fundamentally changing consumers’ purchasing behaviors. Consumers are seeking an integrated shopping experience across all channels and expect retailers to deliver this experience. The key drivers of this customer revolution are the rapid adoption of mobile devices, digital media and tablets equipped with shopping apps. In fact, the number of smartphone users in the United States will rise to 178 million by 2015 from just 121 million in 2012.

The retail paradigm has shifted from a physical connection point with customers to a multi-pronged approach that crosses both physical and digital channels. The traditional bricks-and-mortar retail store is no longer the dominant medium for purchasing goods. Instead, it serves as one of many potential connection points between customers and a retailer’s brand.

Today’s consumer is increasingly connected to both the physical and digital space and able to interact with retailers through multiple channels simultaneously. To stay competitive in this ever-evolving landscape, it is imperative for retailers to deliver a seamless customer experience across all channels and provide the right services and products at the right time.

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