Group Work Proposal for Social Work Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" 1.0Alcohol and Culture Change in Victoria: an opportunity for change PAGEREF _Toc382858255 \h 1 2.0Purpose Statement and Aims PAGEREF _Toc382858256 \h 3 3.0Proposed Leadership Structure PAGEREF _Toc382858257 \h 4 4.0Identification Recruitment and Engagement of Group Members PAGEREF _Toc382858258 \h 6 4.1.Identification of Participants PAGEREF _Toc382858259 \h 6 4.2.Recruitment of the Members PAGEREF _Toc382858260 \h 6 4.3.Screening PAGEREF _Toc382858261 \h 7 4.4.Engaging Participants PAGEREF _Toc382858262 \h 7 5.0Ideal Physical Setting and Resources Needed. PAGEREF _Toc382858263 \h 8 5.1.Physical Setting PAGEREF _Toc382858264 \h 8 5.2.Resources Needed PAGEREF _Toc382858265 \h 8 6.0Criteria and Process of Evaluation PAGEREF _Toc382858266 \h 9 Reference List PAGEREF _Toc382858267 \h 11 Group Work Proposal for Social Work Alcohol and Culture Change in Victoria: an opportunity for changeOne of the most fundamental factors contributing to alcoholism is socio-cultural change. In Victoria the For Focus Groups. March 16 2018. From rmsresults.com Roche A. Kostadinov V. Fischer J. Nicholas R. O'Rourke K. Pidd K. and Trifonoff A. 2015. Addressing inequities in alcohol consumption and related harms. Health promotion international 30(suppl_2) pp.ii20-ii35. Ryan K.E. Gandha T. Culbertson M.J. and Carlson C. 2014. Focus group evidence: Implications for design and analysis. American Journal of Evaluation 35(3) pp.328-345. SAMHSA 2016. Process Evaluation vs. Outcome Evaluation [WWW Document]. TSNE MissionWorks. URL www.samhsa.gov (accessed 3.16.18). Tarrant M. Warmoth K. Code C. Dean S. Goodwin V.A. Stein K. and Sugavanam T. 2016. Creating psychological connections between intervention recipients: development and focus group evaluation of a group singing session for people with aphasia. BMJ open 6(2) p.e009652. VicHealth. 2017. Alcohol Cultural Change Project 2013-2015. Retrieved on March 15 2018 from www.vichealth.vic.gov.au Victorian Health Promotion Foundation 2015. Alcohol Misuse & Consumption in VIC - Effects of Alcohol [WWW Document]. VicHealth. URL www.vichealth.vic.gov.au (accessed 3.15.18). [...]
Present a proposal for a group using the six headings listed below (along with approx. word counts for each section) 1. Identify, critique and discuss a practice context where you believe group-work is an appropriate social work intervention for change (750 words). 2. Outline the type of group, 1 purpose statement and 3 aims outcome statements that are be appropriate for this situation (100 words). 3. Discuss and critique the proposed leadership structure of the group, while considering a variety of alternative styles (450 words). 4. Outline the process that you would take to identify, recruit and engage with the people who may participate in this group (550 words). 5. Provide a description of the ‘ideal’ physical setting and any resources needed to run the group (250 words). 6. Outline the criteria and process of evaluation that would be used to assess the effectiveness of the group program (400 words). Use references from appropriate texts to support the rationale for your proposed group. Give a brief rationale, using group-work theory or professional literature for your decision-making in each of the sections. This proposal should be a document which presents a compelling and congruent argument for working with a group of people.