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Peer-to-peer Networking. Gregg Wright, M.D. MCWIC Project Peer-to-Peer Child Development/School Health Nebraska State Health Department Answers4Families.org Child Welfare Training in NE gwright1@unl.edu. Definition: Bureaucrat.

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  • Gregg Wright, M.D.

  • MCWIC Project Peer-to-Peer

    • Child Development/School Health

    • Nebraska State Health Department

    • Answers4Families.org

    • Child Welfare Training in NE

  • gwright1@unl.edu


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Definition: Bureaucrat

n. 1. a person who spends their daycutting red tape . . .

lengthwise!!!


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Definition: Bureaucrat

The job of a leader . . .

Turn the scissors crosswise!!!


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LESSONS

  • 1. Peer-to-peer connections can be very important in finding ways to turn the scissors.


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LESSONS

  • 2. Peer-to-peer connections (even on the internet) can be very supportive for people in difficult situations.


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9 Views on Midwest Connections

  • Peter WatsonOrganizational Improvement

  • Joan MorseFamily-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning

  • Joanne BrownABA - Legal and Judicial Issues

  • Sonja VelazquezQuality Improvement

  • Cheryl MontoyaData and Technology

  • John LeVesqueAdoption

  • Krista ThomasRuby Flagg-RossRegion V Networking

  • Mary McKeeRegion VII Networking


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Peter Watson, Director

  • National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement

  • http://www.nrcoi.org

  • pwatson@usm.maine.edu


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Joan Morse, Director

  • http://www.nrcfcppp.org

  • joanmorse@aol.com


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Joanne Brown, J.D., M.S.W.

  • http://www.abanet.org/child/rclji

  • jbrownconsulting@aol.com


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Sonia Velazquez American Humane Association Children’s Division

  • National Quality Improvement Center on Non-Resident Fathers in the Child Welfare System

  • http://www.abanet.org/child/fathers

  • soniav@americanhumane.org


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Cheryl Montoya

  • National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology

  • http://www.nrccwdt.org

  • montoya.cheryl@gmail.com


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John Levesque

  • National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption

  • http://www.nrcadoption.org

  • jlevesq7@maine.rr.com


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Krista ThomasHHS Region V Program Specialist

  • krista.thomas@acf.hhs.gov


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Ruby Flagg-RossHHS Region V Program Specialist

  • ruby.flagg-ross@acf.hhs.gov


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Mary McKeeHHS Region VII Program Specialist

  • mary.mckee@acf.hhs.gov


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1.

2.

3.

What peer-to-peer connections are now in place in your organization?

Now . . .

. . . 3 ?s

What peer-to-peer connections do you need in your organization?

What type of connections might work in your organization?


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Peer-to-peer Connections

  • Any connection between 2 or more individuals

  • Performing similar jobs

  • in different locations


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Consider . . .

Different Dimensions

  • Level

  • Focus

  • Time

  • Goal

  • Mode


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Different Levels

Director to Director

Directors in a group

Trainer to Trainer

Supervisor to Supervisor

Front line worker to Front line worker


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Different Focus Areas

A single topic • differential response • mental health system • . . .

An open-ended connection • 0ngoing discussion • question/answer • . . .


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NOV

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Different Time Scales

A one-time event

A few weeks

An ongoing connection


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Different Goals

Support

Timely Information

Fresh Ideas

Answers to questions

Connecting new with seasoned


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Different Modes

face to face meeting

Phone connections

Conference Calls

Video conference

Listserv/Blog/Q and A

Jointly authored “wiki”

Internet community


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Most of us are working under policies and procedures that were developed when this was the main way to communicate away from the office.


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Quick Ted, Get that one down on paper before you forget it! were developed when this was the main way to communicate away from the office.

Purchased from Cartoonstock.com 2009


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1. were developed when this was the main way to communicate away from the office.

2.

3.

What peer-to-peer connections are now in place in your organization?

Now . . .

. . . 3 ?s

What peer-to-peer connections do you need in your organization?

What type of connections might work in your organization?


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Come to the Reception were developed when this was the main way to communicate away from the office.

My most important thing from today