Evidence-Based Practices Book Series

A New Book Series from Oxford University Press

Edited by:
David E. Biegel and
Elizabeth M. Tracy

The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences,
Case Western Reserve University

This Series focuses on the synthesis of knowledge about evidence-based practices and service
delivery initiatives whose effectiveness has been demonstrated by the strength of empirical
evidence  in various fields relevant to social work practice such as aging, child
welfare,  mental health, or substance abuse.

Series volumes will be well-grounded theoretically and empirically, will advance existing
knowledge in the field, and will represent state-of-the-art works that fill existing gaps in the

The interdisciplinary Editorial Advisory Board for the Series includes:  Barbara Berkman
(Columbia University), Mark Courtney (University of Chicago), Robert Drake (Dartmouth), William
Fals-Stewart (Research Triangle Institute),  Julia Littell (Bryn Mawr), Paula Allen Meares
(University of Michigan), Ed Mullen (Columbia University), Enola Proctor (Washington University),
Richard Schulz (University of Pittsburgh), & Kathleen Wells (Case Western Reserve

For further information, please see:

Call for Book Proposals
Author Guidelines for Proposal Submissions
Current Series Info