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    • Factors contributing to the survival of self-help groups 

      Wituk, Scott A.; Shepherd, Matthew D.; Warren, Mary; Meissen, Gregory J. (Springer, 2002-06)
      Despite the growing utilization of self-help groups, there have been only a handful of studies that have examined the factors that contribute to their survival. The purpose of this study was to explore the factors that ...
    • A topography of self-help groups: an empirical analysis 

      Wituk, Scott A.; Shepherd, Matthew D.; Slavich, Susan; Warren, ML.; Meissen, Gregory J. (National Association of Social Workers, 2000-03)
      The current managed health care system creates an environment in which social workers need to be knowledgeable about low-cost interventions. Self-help groups have the potential to be beneficial to social workers' clients. ...
    • Using a focus group methodology to gain input from people who use home and community based services 

      Wituk, Scott A.; Bomhoff, Kevin; Commer, Amy; Warren, Mary; Meissen, Gregory J. (Taylor & Francis , 2004)
      Gaining input from people who use home and community based services is important for determining the usefulness of services and clarifying future direction. Many of the commonly used methods have drawbacks when gaining ...