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Database of Past CMRL Messages

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, 2018 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 9634
Date: 2014-05-06

Author:DePanfilis, Diane

Subject:Call for Papers on Intervention Research - Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research

[cid:B32E91B2-3354-41A0-AC13-67C3674A1152] Announcement of Special Issue and Call for Papers: SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION RESEARCH Guest Editors: Daniel Herman, Ph.D. & Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D. Scope and Topics of Interest While all high-quality manuscripts focused on social work intervention research will be considered, we are particularly interested in papers that describe methods and key findings of intervention studies and discuss applications to practice and/or public policy. In addition, we are seeking papers that will contribute to scholarly debate regarding the development and use of methods for carrying out intervention research. We invite both qualitative and quantitative manuscripts. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: • Completed experimental and quasi-experimental studies testing social work interventions; • Studies using systematic methods to develop new interventions or to adapt existing interventions for new populations or settings; • Studies of implementation of social work interventions; • Methodological research on strategies for intervention research, including advances in statistical methods for analyzing dosage data and data from observational studies (where the intent is to assess the impact of a service or program from a quasi-experimental design). Manuscript Submission Deadline: November 1, 2014 The Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research (JSSWR) announces a special issue dedicated to studies of social work interventions. This issue will broadly define social work interventions to include intentional action strategies designed to promote positive outcomes (or prevent adverse outcomes) among individuals, groups, organizations, or communities served by the social work profession. Authors are invited to contact the guest editors to discuss ideas for submissions. Daniel Herman, Hunter College (daniel.herman@hunter.cuny.edu) Diane DePanfilis, University of Maryland (ddepanfilis@ssw.umaryland.edu) Submission All papers must be prepared for masked review by three peer reviewers. For submission instructions and Author Guidelines, please go to JSSWR’s page on the University of Chicago Press Journals website (http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/journals/journal/jsswr.html). Note. During the submission process, make sure to identify your submission as intended for the Special Issue on Social Work Intervention Research. Send questions regarding the submission process to JSSWR Managing Editor Diane Wyant at dwyant@email.unc.edu. [cid:4BC65027-3977-4CCC-9F3B-91C328CE777D]

[cid:B32E91B2-3354-41A0-AC13-67C3674A1152] Announcement of Special Issue and Call for Papers: SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION RESEARCH Guest Editors: Daniel Herman, Ph.D. & Diane DePanfilis, Ph.D. Scope and Topics of Interest While all high-quality manuscripts focused on social work intervention research will be considered, we are particularly interested in papers that describe methods and key findings of intervention studies and discuss applications to practice and/or public policy. In addition, we are seeking papers that will contribute to scholarly debate regarding the development and use of methods for carrying out intervention research. We invite both qualitative and quantitative manuscripts. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: • Completed experimental and quasi-experimental studies testing social work interventions; • Studies using systematic methods to develop new interventions or to adapt existing interventions for new populations or settings; • Studies of implementation of social work interventions; • Methodological research on strategies for intervention research, including advances in statistical methods for analyzing dosage data and data from observational studies (where the intent is to assess the impact of a service or program from a quasi-experimental design). Manuscript Submission Deadline: November 1, 2014 The Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research (JSSWR) announces a special issue dedicated to studies of social work interventions. This issue will broadly define social work interventions to include intentional action strategies designed to promote positive outcomes (or prevent adverse outcomes) among individuals, groups, organizations, or communities served by the social work profession. Authors are invited to contact the guest editors to discuss ideas for submissions. Daniel Herman, Hunter College (daniel.hermanhunter.cuny.edu) Diane DePanfilis, University of Maryland (ddepanfilisssw.umaryland.edu) Submission All papers must be prepared for masked review by three peer reviewers. For submission instructions and Author Guidelines, please go to JSSWR’s page on the University of Chicago Press Journals website (http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/journals/journal/jsswr.html). Note. During the submission process, make sure to identify your submission as intended for the Special Issue on Social Work Intervention Research. Send questions regarding the submission process to JSSWR Managing Editor Diane Wyant at dwyantemail.unc.edu. [cid:4BC65027-3977-4CCC-9F3B-91C328CE777D]