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What Are Key Competencies in Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice?
  Edward Mullen describes the attitudes and skills necessary to achieve competence in evidence-based practice.   View Dr. Mullen's presentation introducing the tradition of evidence-based practice in social work.  
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Edward Mullen, D.S.W., is member of the Council for Training in Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice. Dr. Mullen is Professor and Director of the NIMH Mental Health Services Research Doctoral Training Program at the Columbia University School of Social Work. A researcher and teacher in evidence-based practice for social work, he is also a member of the Nordic Campbell Center Methods Network.

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