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As a discipline grounded in social theory and the improvement of peoples’ lives, social work scholarship necessarily shifts and changes along with society, which leads, in turn, to an ever-growing body of literature. Scholars and professionals must keep abreast of new discoveries, interpretations, and theories in the field, and thus require access to the most recent developments. With Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work, students and researchers will have a reliable and up-to-date place to start their research. Unlike traditional bibliographies and the online abstracting & indexing services, Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work provides a much-needed filter to the avalanche of scholarly information now available.
Editor in Chief
Edward Mullen is the Willma & Albert Musher Chair Professor Emeritus at Columbia University. Previously he has been Professor at the University of Chicago and Fordham University, Visiting Professor at Case Western Reserve University, as well as Associate Dean of the Columbia University School of Social Work. He has directed major research centers including the Institute for Welfare Research and the Center for the Study of Social Work Practice. Dr. Mullen was Principal Investigator for an NIMH funded predoctoral training program in mental health services research at Columbia University (1989-2007) and an NIMH funded predoctoral and postdoctoral training program at the University of Chicago (1984-1989). He has held international and national leadership positions in social work. His research and publications have focused on evidence-based policy and practice, outcomes measurement in the human services, mental health services research, and research applications in social work practice. Dr. Mullen teaches evidence-based practice, social work research methods and systematic review methods. He has been a social work practitioner in numerous organizations.
Watch as Ed Mullen reflects on 5 years as Editor in Chief of Oxford Bibliographies in Social Work and the future of digital research.
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