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Nugent, William R.

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Works: 6 works in 30 publications in 2 languages and 560 library holdings
Genres: Surveys 
Roles: Author, Editor
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Most widely held works by William R Nugent
Analyzing single system design data by William R Nugent( Book )

13 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 208 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Single system, or single case, design studies are a convenient method for evaluating practice, allowing professionals to track clients' response to treatment and change over time. They also allow researchers to gather data where it might be difficult to conduct a study involving treatment and control groups; in a school setting, or a community mental health agency, for example, random assignment may be impossible, whereas individual student or client progress across time can be more easily monitored. This pocket guide reviews a wide range of techniques for analyzing single system design data, including visual analysis methods, graphical methods, and statistical methods. From basic visual observation to complex ARIMA statistical models for use with interrupted time series designs, numerous data analysis methods are described and illustrated in this unique and handy book. The author frankly describes limitations and strengths of the data analysis methods so that readers can select an appropriate method and use the results responsibly in order to improve practice and client well-being. This accessible yet in-depth introduction will serve as a highly practical resource for doctoral students and researchers alike
Practice evaluation for the 21st century by William R Nugent( Book )

5 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 192 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Approaches to measuring human behavior in the social environment by William R Nugent( Book )

9 editions published between 2005 and 2012 in English and held by 155 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Make the best use of measurement approaches that gauge social behaviorHere is a state-of-the-art examination of various approaches to measuring and assessing client functioning and specific aspects of clients' social environments. It examines numerous age groups and ethnic populations and makes use of cutting-edge methodologies in its examinations of measuring depression in children, measuring?the neighborhood? from a child's perspective, measuring and assessing family functioning, measuring spirituality, and measuring psychosocial problems in seriously mentally ill families. Helpful tables i
21 shi ji ping gu shi wu by William R Nugent( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in Chinese and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ben shu ji yu shi jian gong zuo yu ke xue yan jiu zhi qu bie, Li tui"shi jian ping gu"zhi li nian yu"jing yan xing shi jian mo shi", Bing yi ci wei he xin, Quan mian jie shao le zhen dui she hui gong zuo ping gu shi wu de"ji suan ji fu zhu she hui fu wu"(CASS)Xi tong suo yun han de da liang ping gu biao zhun yu ji shu
A criterion validity study of individuals' reports of gunfire and recorded gunfire by Sylvia Jane Sergent( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The focus of this study was the validation of people's reports of gunfire in two inner city neighborhoods in the Southeast. A survey design was used in which 342 people were interviewed by telephone. An ARIMA analysis was conducted to determine the relationship between people's gunfire reports and 58 days of ShotSpotter recordings. The results indicated that the percentage of residents reporting the presence of gunfire was a valid predictor of night gunfire. However, residents' reports of the actual number of gunshots did not appear valid. Reports of gunfire did not appear to have a statistically significant correlation with 911 gunfire calls. Residents (96.7%) indicated that gunfire had bothered their sleep. People's reports of gunfire appear to be one indicator of community violence
Preparing the workforce for integrated healthcare by Denise Ratliff Black( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Integrated healthcare is recommended to deliver care to individuals with co-occurring medical and mental health conditions. Identifying the knowledge necessary for behavioral health providers to practice in integrated settings, and determining whether a computer application is an effective strategy to disseminate this knowledge, are essential steps to transitioning these individuals to integrated healthcare delivery systems. A literature review of U.S. based publications from 1999 to 2015 identified 68 articles that met inclusion criteria and identified specific knowledge for integrated healthcare settings. A survey completed by 154 behavioral health providers working in integrated healthcare settings examined the extent to which respondents agreed the specific domains of knowledge identified in the systematic review were necessary for practice in integrated healthcare settings. An internet based computer application was developed and tested through a rapid prototyping method with two focus groups and 5 individual interviews. Nielson's usability heurstics were used to evaluate data from focus groups and interviews and changes were incorporated in development of the computer application. The computer application was evaluated through an experimental pre-test/post-test design in which the knowledge of screening measures of 15 masters level social work students was tested. The results of the literature review provided evidence that behavioral health providers require specific knowledge of medical diagnoses, psychiatric diagnoses, screening instruments and intervention skills. A first-order, four-subscale model of this knowledge was confirmed by a CFA model in the survey sample. The computer application developed through the focus groups and interviews is an introduction to integrated healthcare concepts, reinforces the integrated nature of physical and behavioral health, and puts evidence-based knowledge at the point of care. When compared to an asynchronous training session in the experimental investigation, ANCOVA results revealed no significant differences on post-test knowledge of screening measures between the two groups. Outcomes of training on an integrated healthcare topic using a computer application are comparable to those using an asynchronous instructional method. Further research is needed to evaluate the impact of computer application use in real-world practice settings
 
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