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Message ID: 8102
Date: 2009-03-24

Author:Miller, Bethany (ACF)

Subject:Registration is now open for the National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit

Renaissance Mayflower Hotel May 27-29 • Washington, D.C. March 23, 2009 The Children’s Bureau is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit. The Summit will be held May 27 – 29, 2009, at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the Summit is to explore the current state of evaluation practice in the field of child welfare and to promote cohesive, strategic, and sound approaches for evaluating child welfare systems, programs, and practice. The Summit will focus on evaluation approaches, methods, findings, challenges, and critical issues related to testing of interventions, implementing change, and transferring knowledge at the individual practice, organizational, and systems levels in child welfare. It will also provide a forum to discuss dynamic tensions, like those between theory and practice, rigor and flexibility, fidelity and adaptability, and evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence in the field of child welfare. Please visit: www.register123.com/event/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x7144018b6c for more information about: * Summit schedule (updated as information becomes available) * Summit content and speakers (posted as it becomes available) * Registration * Call for Posters (abstracts due April 10) * Availability of financial support for State child welfare agency representatives Targeted participants for the Summit include: research and evaluation experts in the field of child welfare, State and Tribal child welfare administrators and analysts, Children’s Bureau discretionary grant evaluators and program administrators, evaluation experts in other human service fields, and interested child welfare professionals. Registration is free, and space is limited. Register today! For more information, you may also contact evaluationsummit@pal-tech.com . Bethany D. Miller, MSW Children's Bureau / ACF / HHS Division of Research and Innovation 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW Portals Building, Room 8152 Washington, DC 20024 (202) 205-8565 Fax (202) 260-9345 Bethany.Miller@acf.hhs.gov

Renaissance Mayflower Hotel May 27-29 • Washington, D.C. March 23, 2009 The Children’s Bureau is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit. The Summit will be held May 27 – 29, 2009, at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the Summit is to explore the current state of evaluation practice in the field of child welfare and to promote cohesive, strategic, and sound approaches for evaluating child welfare systems, programs, and practice. The Summit will focus on evaluation approaches, methods, findings, challenges, and critical issues related to testing of interventions, implementing change, and transferring knowledge at the individual practice, organizational, and systems levels in child welfare. It will also provide a forum to discuss dynamic tensions, like those between theory and practice, rigor and flexibility, fidelity and adaptability, and evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence in the field of child welfare. Please visit: www.register123.com/event/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x7144018b6c for more information about: * Summit schedule (updated as information becomes available) * Summit content and speakers (posted as it becomes available) * Registration * Call for Posters (abstracts due April 10) * Availability of financial support for State child welfare agency representatives Targeted participants for the Summit include: research and evaluation experts in the field of child welfare, State and Tribal child welfare administrators and analysts, Children’s Bureau discretionary grant evaluators and program administrators, evaluation experts in other human service fields, and interested child welfare professionals. Registration is free, and space is limited. Register today! For more information, you may also contact evaluationsummitpal-tech.com . Bethany D. Miller, MSW Children's Bureau / ACF / HHS Division of Research and Innovation 1250 Maryland Avenue, SW Portals Building, Room 8152 Washington, DC 20024 (202) 205-8565 Fax (202) 260-9345 Bethany.Milleracf.hhs.gov