People Skills pp 198-208 | Cite as

Review and evaluation

  • Neil Thompson
  • Jo Campling


Review and evaluation are two important processes that have a key role to play in maintaining professional standards and helping workers to improve their practice. Both are closely linked with assessment as they continue the process that assessment initiates. While assessment is geared towards identifying what needs to be achieved, both review and evaluation consider the extent to which it has been achieved.


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Further reading

  1. Cheetham, J., Fuller, R., Mclvor, G. and Petch, A. (1992) Evaluating ocial Work Effectiveness, Buckingham, Open University Press.Google Scholar
  2. Johnson, C.L. (1992) Social Work Practice: A Generalist Approach, 4th edn, Boston, Allyn & Bacon, Chapter 15.Google Scholar
  3. Lishman, J. (1991) Evaluation, 2nd edn, London, Jessica Kingsley.Google Scholar

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© Neil Thompson 1996

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  • Neil Thompson
  • Jo Campling

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