• Dec 2011/Jan 2012
  • Vol. 12, No. 9

Child Welfare Research

CBX features new reports on using the Incredible Years program in child welfare, participatory evaluation in Indian Country, and the impact of social networks on implementation of evidence-based practices.

  • Methods of Evaluating Child Welfare in Indian Country: An Illustration
    Many American Indian Tribes and Nations share in the belief that mainstream Western research largely overlooks the importance of Tribal approaches and voice. In response to this problem,...
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  • Evaluating the Incredible Years Parenting Training Program
    While parent education and training programs are often used by child welfare systems, little is known about the programs' effectiveness in preventing maltreatment. In addition, many programs have...
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  • How Networks Affect the Decision to Implement an EBP
    A recent study published in Implementation Science explored how child welfare and other agency managers make the decision to implement an evidence-based practice (EBP). Thirty-eight administrators...
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