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Welcome to the database of past Child-Maltreatment-Research-L (CMRL) list serve messages. The table below contains all past CMRL messages (text only, no attachments) from Nov. 20, 1996 - March 6, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 10130
Date: 2017-03-03

Author:Aron Shlonsky

Subject:Re: Research on Effective Programs for Working with Adolescents in Child Welfare

Guess I’m feeling a bit frisky today – no offence intended to the poster or anybody else, but there are some potential issues with the original Prinz study and the independence of evaluations of Triple-p. Happy digging! http://www.vrc.crim.cam.ac.uk/PDFs/workingtriplep http://blogs.plos.org/mindthebrain/2014/05/31/critical-analysis-meta-analysis-treatment-authors-financial-interests-stake/ Aron Shlonsky, MSW, MPH, PhD University of Melbourne Professor of Evidence-Informed Practice Chair Research Higher Degree Committee, Social Work University of Toronto Associate Professor Editor, Campbell Collaboration KTI Group +61 3 9035 9754 Twitter: @AronShlonsky From: > on behalf of "Love, Susan M" > Reply-To: Child Maltreatment Researchers > Date: Thursday, 2 March 2017 at 2:43 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers > Subject: Re: Research on Effective Programs for Working with Adolescents in Child Welfare Dear Kate, The go-to website for evidence based child welfare is hosed by UC Berkeley: Cebc4cw.org . Fabulous resource! The first population-level study on the prevention of child maltreatment, was conducted by Ron Prinz, Univ of South Carolina... Also, Triple P--Positive Parenting Program has over 500 random control trials ... with equal success with teens! See TripleP.net . I recently published (funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) a delivery format to reach and engage highly vulnerable families to prevent child maltreatment.... Love, Sanders et al. (2016). Social media and Gamification..... Child Abuse & Neglect.... Sent from my iPhone On Mar 1, 2017, at 5:05 AM, kate schumaker > wrote: Hello all,  I am looking for examples of evidence-informed approaches to working with adolescents in a child welfare setting.   Specifically, I am interested in references and research related to approaches with adolescents that have demonstrated effectiveness in one or more of the following: admission prevention; preventing recurrence of maltreatment; improving parenting capacity/parenting self-efficacy; improving family functioning and/or promoting youth resiliency. I am particularly interested in models that may be considered trauma-informed.  Many thanks,  Kate Schumaker  Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto

Guess I’m feeling a bit frisky today – no offence intended to the poster or anybody else, but there are some potential issues with the original Prinz study and the independence of evaluations of Triple-p. Happy digging! http://www.vrc.crim.cam.ac.uk/PDFs/workingtriplep http://blogs.plos.org/mindthebrain/2014/05/31/critical-analysis-meta-analysis-treatment-authors-financial-interests-stake/ Aron Shlonsky, MSW, MPH, PhD University of Melbourne Professor of Evidence-Informed Practice Chair Research Higher Degree Committee, Social Work University of Toronto Associate Professor Editor, Campbell Collaboration KTI Group +61 3 9035 9754 Twitter: AronShlonsky From: > on behalf of "Love, Susan M" > Reply-To: Child Maltreatment Researchers > Date: Thursday, 2 March 2017 at 2:43 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers > Subject: Re: Research on Effective Programs for Working with Adolescents in Child Welfare Dear Kate, The go-to website for evidence based child welfare is hosed by UC Berkeley: Cebc4cw.org . Fabulous resource! The first population-level study on the prevention of child maltreatment, was conducted by Ron Prinz, Univ of South Carolina... Also, Triple P--Positive Parenting Program has over 500 random control trials ... with equal success with teens! See TripleP.net . I recently published (funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) a delivery format to reach and engage highly vulnerable families to prevent child maltreatment.... Love, Sanders et al. (2016). Social media and Gamification..... Child Abuse & Neglect.... Sent from my iPhone On Mar 1, 2017, at 5:05 AM, kate schumaker > wrote: Hello all,  I am looking for examples of evidence-informed approaches to working with adolescents in a child welfare setting.   Specifically, I am interested in references and research related to approaches with adolescents that have demonstrated effectiveness in one or more of the following: admission prevention; preventing recurrence of maltreatment; improving parenting capacity/parenting self-efficacy; improving family functioning and/or promoting youth resiliency. I am particularly interested in models that may be considered trauma-informed.  Many thanks,  Kate Schumaker  Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto