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Message ID: 9440
Date: 2013-05-22

Author:Jesse Russell

Subject:RE: question re: use of repeated child wellbeing and family functioning measures in public child welfare systems

Susan, California and other jurisdictions using Structured Decision Making (SDM) have repeat measures of adult and child strengths and needs as well as several other variables. Most SDM users store these measures in their case management systems. Best regards, Jesse From: bounce-94569363-44448680@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-94569363-44448680@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Susan E. Barkan Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 12:29 PM To: child-maltreatment-research-l@cornell.edu Subject: question re: use of repeated child wellbeing and family functioning measures in public child welfare systems Greetings, We are wondering if anyone knows of any states/jurisdictions that have been repeatedly collecting measures of child wellbeing and/or family functioning, at multiple points in time, of children/families involved with the child welfare system? Who/which states/jurisdictions are using these? How are they storing the data/how are they included in their MIS system, etc.? Thank you! Susan Barkan, PhD Senior Research Scientist/Associate Director of Research Partners for Our Children| University of Washington School of Social Work Box 359476 | Seattle, WA 98195-9476 T: 206-221-3124 | F: 206-221-3155 barkas@uw.edu www.partnersforourchildren.org

Susan, California and other jurisdictions using Structured Decision Making (SDM) have repeat measures of adult and child strengths and needs as well as several other variables. Most SDM users store these measures in their case management systems. Best regards, Jesse From: bounce-94569363-44448680list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-94569363-44448680list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Susan E. Barkan Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 12:29 PM To: child-maltreatment-research-lcornell.edu Subject: question re: use of repeated child wellbeing and family functioning measures in public child welfare systems Greetings, We are wondering if anyone knows of any states/jurisdictions that have been repeatedly collecting measures of child wellbeing and/or family functioning, at multiple points in time, of children/families involved with the child welfare system? Who/which states/jurisdictions are using these? How are they storing the data/how are they included in their MIS system, etc.? Thank you! Susan Barkan, PhD Senior Research Scientist/Associate Director of Research Partners for Our Children| University of Washington School of Social Work Box 359476 | Seattle, WA 98195-9476 T: 206-221-3124 | F: 206-221-3155 barkasuw.edu www.partnersforourchildren.org