Journal of Technology in Human Services
J Tech Hum Serv
Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc.
ISSN (printed): 1522-8835. ISSN (electronic): 1522-8991.
This exciting journal explores the potentials of computer and related technologies in mental health, developmental disability, welfare, and other human services. The Journal of Technology in Human Services covers the full range of computer applications, including direct service techniques. It not only provides the necessary historical perspectives on the use of computers in the human service field, but it also presents articles that will improve your computer literacy and keep you abreast of state-of-the-art developments. The Journal of Technology in Human Services focuses on such areas as: Software theory, design, and development, including computer programs and their documentation for policy planning, research management, and direct service areas such as interviewing, testing, case management, and therapy; Current developments in hardware that have implications for human services; Stages in the life cycle of computer applications--from acquisition to enhancement or replacement; Systems analysis, design, and implementation, including analyses of human service decisionmaking, information requirements, and knowledge acquisition and use; Information resource management in human services agencies; The impact of computer-based technologies on human service individuals, groups, and organizations; Computer-related issues facing direct service practitioners, managers, policymakers, and clients, such as confidentiality and job placement; Education, training, rehabilitation, and computers as instructional tools.
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