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Message ID: 10139
Date: 2017-03-24

Author:Michael A. Nunno

Subject:Re: outcomes of trauma-informed care

Try these. The first article deals with aggression rates, the second with restraint rates. Izzo, Charles V., Smith, Elliott G., Holden, Martha J., Norton, Catherine I., Nunno, Michael A., & Sellers, Deborah E. (2016). Intervening at the setting-level to prevent behavioral incidents in residential child care: Efficacy of the CARE program model. Prevention Science(17), 554-564. doi: 10.1007/s11121-016-0649-0 Nunno, M.A., Smith, E.G., Martin, W.R., & Butcher, S. . (2017). Benefits of embedding research into practice: An agency-university collaboration. Child Welfare, 94(3), 113-133. We are also working on the impact of trauma-informed care on children’s medication rates. We see a decrease anecdotally and with initial quantitative data. We need to further review trend, frequency, distribution, variability and to ask more questions of staff. > On Mar 23, 2017, at 5:05 PM, Wendy Manel wrote: > > Hello, > I am wondering whether anyone who has implemented trauma-informed care has any research data on child welfare outcomes such as impact on rates of apprehension, impact on length of file opening, impact on involvement with court, etc. Any stats re: the positive impact Trauma-Informed care has on outcomes would be greatly appreciated. > Kind regards, > Wendy > > > > Dr. Wendy Manel, C.Psych. > Co-ordinator - Psychological Services > Child & Youth Services > W.Manel@torontoccas.org | www.torontoccas.org > Tel: 416-395-1786 | Fax: 416-395-1867 > Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto | 30 Drewry Avenue | Toronto | Ontario M2M 4C4 > For the Love of Children > > > > l > Michael A. Nunno man2@cornell.edu 315 209 1038 315 406 0255

Try these. The first article deals with aggression rates, the second with restraint rates. Izzo, Charles V., Smith, Elliott G., Holden, Martha J., Norton, Catherine I., Nunno, Michael A., & Sellers, Deborah E. (2016). Intervening at the setting-level to prevent behavioral incidents in residential child care: Efficacy of the CARE program model. Prevention Science(17), 554-564. doi: 10.1007/s11121-016-0649-0 Nunno, M.A., Smith, E.G., Martin, W.R., & Butcher, S. . (2017). Benefits of embedding research into practice: An agency-university collaboration. Child Welfare, 94(3), 113-133. We are also working on the impact of trauma-informed care on children’s medication rates. We see a decrease anecdotally and with initial quantitative data. We need to further review trend, frequency, distribution, variability and to ask more questions of staff. > On Mar 23, 2017, at 5:05 PM, Wendy Manel wrote: > > Hello, > I am wondering whether anyone who has implemented trauma-informed care has any research data on child welfare outcomes such as impact on rates of apprehension, impact on length of file opening, impact on involvement with court, etc. Any stats re: the positive impact Trauma-Informed care has on outcomes would be greatly appreciated. > Kind regards, > Wendy > > > > Dr. Wendy Manel, C.Psych. > Co-ordinator - Psychological Services > Child & Youth Services > W.Maneltorontoccas.org | www.torontoccas.org > Tel: 416-395-1786 | Fax: 416-395-1867 > Catholic Children's Aid Society of Toronto | 30 Drewry Avenue | Toronto | Ontario M2M 4C4 > For the Love of Children > > > > l > Michael A. Nunno man2cornell.edu 315 209 1038 315 406 0255