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Message ID: 9143
Date: 2012-03-30

Author:JWGouldaol.com

Subject:Re: case review instruments

I am unfamiliar with the term "case review instrument." Instrument - to me - suggests a reliable and valid tool that has been peer reviewed. May I ask you to define a "case review instrument"? Jon Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology Specializing in Forensic Psychological Consultation in Family Law matters 417A South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, North Carolina 28211 Voicemail: 704-364-0452 (office) < > 704-837-2969 (fax) < > 704 641 7990 (cell) jwgould@aol.com In a message dated 3/30/2012 10:05:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, JO'CONNOR@ssw.umaryland.edu writes: Dear Child Maltreatment Researchers, I am interested in what other states are using for case review instruments. Specifically, if Child Welfare Agencies have standardized case review instruments which are used for 1) supervision and/or 2) measurement purposes. Also, any information on reliability or validity testing for these instruments would be appreciated. Thanks, Julia O’Connor, MSW, MPH Research Specialist Ruth H. Young Center for Families and Children University of Maryland School of Social Work 525 W. Redwood Street Baltimore, MD 21201 410-706-7133

I am unfamiliar with the term "case review instrument." Instrument - to me - suggests a reliable and valid tool that has been peer reviewed. May I ask you to define a "case review instrument"? Jon Jonathan W. Gould, Ph.D., ABPP Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology Specializing in Forensic Psychological Consultation in Family Law matters 417A South Sharon Amity Road Charlotte, North Carolina 28211 Voicemail: 704-364-0452 (office) < > 704-837-2969 (fax) < > 704 641 7990 (cell) jwgouldaol.com In a message dated 3/30/2012 10:05:13 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, JO'CONNORssw.umaryland.edu writes: Dear Child Maltreatment Researchers, I am interested in what other states are using for case review instruments. Specifically, if Child Welfare Agencies have standardized case review instruments which are used for 1) supervision and/or 2) measurement purposes. Also, any information on reliability or validity testing for these instruments would be appreciated. Thanks, Julia O’Connor, MSW, MPH Research Specialist Ruth H. Young Center for Families and Children University of Maryland School of Social Work 525 W. Redwood Street Baltimore, MD 21201 410-706-7133