It is critical for social programs to continually monitor evidenced-based literature regarding the populations they serve to ensure the most appropriate and effective services are provided. It is increasingly difficult for individual practitioners to easily review emerging research as most lose access to the research databases, such as PsychInfo and SWAB upon graduating from their professional programs.
GGSR will conduct thorough evidence-based literature reviews to help clients best understand the existing and emerging research identifying the most effective and productive services to use with specified populations. This will help to strengthen programs, increase the efficacy of services and ultimately enhance program outcomes. This is particularly of importance when a program is preparing to undergo evaluation with future funding determined by outcomes.
Larger organizations, including city and county agencies, may find it cost-effective to provide in-house continuing education training for employees rather than reimbursing individuals for a variety of different trainings, especially those not relevant to the mission of your organization. This will allow for the provision of trainings that specifically target services in the organization's immediate strategic plan. GGSR can produce your continuing education trainings and apply for all appropriate continuing education credits to meet the licensing requirements for your employees.