7 edition of Measures of family functioning for research and practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115-130).
|Statement||Kathleen J. Sawin, Marcia P. Harrigan ; Pierre Woog, editor.|
|Contributions||Harrigan, Marcia P., Woog, Pierre.|
|LC Classifications||HQ515 .S29 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 130 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||94038528|
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Sep 13, · Family functioning in families with a child with Down syndrome: a mixed methods approach. Authors. Mean total scores on the measures of family functioning and marital adjustment were comparable to that of families of typically developing children. Health related quality of life and family functioning, Research in Developmental. It seeks to inform those engaged in pediatric and sleep medicine research about assessment approaches related to the inclusion of family factors. It outlines the pros and cons of various methodologies to aid in the selection of specific approaches for the assessment of family Cited by: 3.
Research measures that can assess these changes over time also need to be in place prior to the initiation of an evaluation, so that appropriate data can be collected and critical pathways can be explored in areas in which long-term results may not be easily obtained. The integration of research and practice in the field of family violence. Family assessment form. a practice-based approach to assessing family functioning. CWLA Press (Apr ). The Family Assessment Form (FAF) helps workers to assess families at the beginning of service, develop individualized family service plans, monitor family progress, and .
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Written by a nurse-social worker team, this book examines nearly 20 instruments for measuring family functioning. The measures are grouped by level - well-established, moderately established, and those early in development. Get this from a library.
Measures of family functioning for research and practice. [Kathleen J Sawin; Marcia P Harrigan; Pierre Woog] -- Written by a nurse-social worker team, this book examines nearly 20 instruments for measuring family functioning.
The measures are grouped by level - well-established, moderately established, and. Nov 01, · Disturbances in family functioning have been identified in youth with chronic pain and are associated with worse child physical and psychological functioning. Assessment measures of family functioning used in research and clinical settings vary.
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Kathleen J. Sawin Cited by: recommended that indicators of social and family functioning be identified for routine use in national, state and local health and related data collections.
Findings A workshop on Indicators of Social and Family Functioning with 40 leading scientists and policy makers in. The fourth edition of this essential resource has dozens of new scales as well as updated information for existing instruments, expanding and cementing its utility for members of all the helping professions, including psychology, social work, psychiatry, counseling, nursing, and medicine.
Each instrument is reproduced in its entirety and critiqued by the editors, who provide guidance on how to 4/5(2). Aug 21, · This fifth edition of Corcoran and Fischer's Measures for Clinical Practice and Research is updated with a new preface, new scales, and updated information for existing instruments, expanding and cementing its utility for members of all the helping professions, including psychology, social work, psychiatry, counseling, nursing, and medicine.5/5(4).
BACKGROUND: Family functioning has been implicated in the onset of child and adult psychopathology. Various measures exist for assessing constructs in the areas of parent-child relationships, parental practices and discipline, parental beliefs, marital quality, Cited by: Measures for clinical practice and research: a sourcebook / Kevin Corcoran, Joel Fischer.
Main Book Collection BFC66 Measures of family functioning for research and practice edited by Kathleen J. Sawin, Marcia P. Harrigan ; Pierre Woog Main Book Collection HQ S29 The quality of family life is a broad construct referring to the quality of several aspects related to the living conditions, the functioning, and well-being of a family.
The measures of the quality of family life include both objective and subjective indicators, and they are typically used to. Measures Of Family Functioning For Thank you very much for downloading Measures Of Family Functioning For Research And Practice. As you may know, people have look numerous times for their chosen books like this Measures Of Family Functioning For Research And Practice, but end up in infectious downloads.
Quality measures are typically developed based on evidence generated through research and clinical practice, with most measures beginning as clinical guidelines. Developers of measures include. The Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group () Presents a toolkit for child welfare case workers on conducting a family functioning assessment interview.
The toolkit includes questions about family functioning, adult functioning, domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance use, and more. North Carolina Family Assessment Scales (NCFAS). The Childhood Family Functioning Scale is one of the measures in the Deployment Risk and Resiliency Inventory-2 (DRRI-2).
It measures quality of family relationships. Apply for and manage the VA benefits and services you’ve earned as a Veteran, Servicemember, or family member—like health care, disability, education, and more. The Questionnaire of Family Functioning: A Preliminary Validation of a Standardized Instrument to Evaluate Psychoeducational Family Treatments.
readily put into practice, not the perfect. Quick, simple measures of family relationships for use in clinical practice and research. A systematic review Article · Literature Review (PDF Available) in Family Practice 28(2) The parent and student forms of the LITE sometimes show modest discrepancies (Greenwald & Rubin, ), possibly reflecting parent-child differences in forgetting, willingness to disclose, or access to information.
The measures were designed for screening, but for research purposes various scoring systems have been tried. in clinical practice and research. A systematic review Rachel Pritchett, Jeremy Kemp, Philip Wilson*, Helen Minnis, question of how effective family functioning measures are at examining the family level, rather than the indi- book or monograph.
related to family involvement in their children’s learning and parenting confidence and confidence • Summarize findings from both primary studies and meta-analyses of the relationships between family-centered practices and parent and child behavior and functioning • Share lessons learned from both research and practice on family.
There are challenges facing those who use self-report family functioning measures(5). These include the question of how effective family functioning measures are at examining the family level, rather than the individual level, and whether averaging individual family members’ scores to gain an overall score is valid.
Family measures include assessment tools spanning observational and self-report methods and fall into three broad assessment categories: family functioning, dyadic family relationships, and family functioning in the context of childhood chronic health conditions.Family functioning and parent–child relationships have greater influence in career development than family structure or parents' educational and occupational status (Kerka, ).Parents must be proactive, involved, and supportive.
Negative home circumstances can affect school performance; and when parents are discouraged in the education of their children, they become unaware of how their.This article describes the Feetham Family Functioning Survey (FFFS), its theoretical premises, content, format, and scoring.
Also presented is the analysis of preliminary data which addresses the instrument's reliability and validity. The analysis supports the potential .