Outcomes in the Long Run: Ingredients for Children’s Protection and Welfare Outcomes Programs (the good, the bad, and the ugly). John D. Fluke, Ph.D. Director Child Protection Research Center American Humane Association. The Second Canadian Roundtable on Child Welfare Outcomes
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John D. Fluke, Ph.D.
Child Protection Research Center
American Humane Association
The Second Canadian Roundtable on Child Welfare Outcomes
Center for Research on Children and Families, Centres of Excellence for Children’s Well-Being: Child Welfare, Montreal, Canada
8 – 9 October, 2009
National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS)
EUROPEAN SEMINAR ON MONITORING SYSTEMS OF CHILD ABUSE
It’s been more than 30 years, haven’t we finished that yet?
Power to Change the World
for Children and Families
“Total physical and mental inertia are highly agreeable, much more so than we allow ourselves to imagine.” – John Kenneth Galbraith
Current and timely policy support Sustainability/Overcoming Inertia
Rapid data quality assessment
Ability to monitor trends
Outcomes and performance
Costing/Cost EffectivenessThe Value of Data/Outcomes Systems