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  1. Rosemary T. Theroux, How to Bring Evidence Into Your Practice.
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  2. Marsha Langer Ellison, E. Sally Rogers, Ken Sciarappa, Mikal Cohen & Rick Forbess, Characteristics of Mental Health Case Management: Results of a National Survey.
    In the last several years, state mental health authorities throughout the United States have assigned a high priority to the funding, development, and operation of case management programs. Although the concept of case management has been in existence for over a decade, there is still confusion regarding the definition of case management and the identification of alternative case management approaches. Recognizing this confusion, the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation undertook a comprehensive study to determine the state of case management practice today. (...)
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