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Message ID: 9831
Date: 2015-04-30

Author:Jesse Russell

Subject:RE: Family Preservation focus and Child Protection focus

John, I too would definitely be interested to see the scale and hear more about your research on this. Best, Jesse Jesse Russell, PhD Director of Research Children’s Research Center National Council on Crime and Delinquency 426 South Yellowstone Drive|Madison, WI 53719 Tel: (800) 306-6223 | www.nccdglobal.org From: bounce-119109972-44448680@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-119109972-44448680@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Fluke, John Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 2:01 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers; child-maltreatment-research-l@cornell.edu Subject: RE: Family Preservation focus and Child Protection focus Paul I do have acess to much of len's material, but I have not encountered the specific items from your email. We do have a scale that addresses family preservation to child safety that we modified slightly. We refer to it as the dalgleish scale and are using it in several studies and preparing two manuscripts. Would that scale be of interest? John Sent frlen's material Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone -------- Original message -------- From: Paul Harnett > Date: 04/28/2015 10:03 AM (GMT-06:00) To: child-maltreatment-research-l@cornell.edu Subject: Family Preservation focus and Child Protection focus In 1999 Dr Len Dalgleish approached this group about child protection practitioners views on what constitutes a child protection focus and family preservation focus in child protection decision making. He asked for replies to the questions below. From the replies he developed a questionnaire. Unfortunately Len passed away a couple of years ago, and the questionnaire was never published. A few items of the questionnaire remain from a workshop he presented. I worked with Len and would like to recreate the questionnaire with updated items for research I am doing. I would very much appreciate it if you could answer the questions below and send your replies to me. warm regards, Paul. *********************************************** 1. Thinking of the phrases "Family Preservation focus and Child protection focus" in the context of child protection, what do these phrases mean to you? Family Preservation focus: Child protection focus: 2. If someone had a child protection focus, what sorts of statements would they make that would demonstrate that view? 3. If someone had a family preservation focus, what sorts of statements would they make that would demonstrate that view? -- Dr Paul Harnett, FAPS Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Room 410 School of Psychology (McElwain Building) University of Queensland St Lucia Brisbane 4072 Australia (The University of Queensland is located on the land of the Turrbal/Jagera people) ph: (07) 3365 6723 fax: (07) 3365 4466 www.pupprogram.net.au

John, I too would definitely be interested to see the scale and hear more about your research on this. Best, Jesse Jesse Russell, PhD Director of Research Children’s Research Center National Council on Crime and Delinquency 426 South Yellowstone Drive|Madison, WI 53719 Tel: (800) 306-6223 | www.nccdglobal.org From: bounce-119109972-44448680list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-119109972-44448680list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Fluke, John Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 2:01 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers; child-maltreatment-research-lcornell.edu Subject: RE: Family Preservation focus and Child Protection focus Paul I do have acess to much of len's material, but I have not encountered the specific items from your email. We do have a scale that addresses family preservation to child safety that we modified slightly. We refer to it as the dalgleish scale and are using it in several studies and preparing two manuscripts. Would that scale be of interest? John Sent frlen's material Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone -------- Original message -------- From: Paul Harnett > Date: 04/28/2015 10:03 AM (GMT-06:00) To: child-maltreatment-research-lcornell.edu Subject: Family Preservation focus and Child Protection focus In 1999 Dr Len Dalgleish approached this group about child protection practitioners views on what constitutes a child protection focus and family preservation focus in child protection decision making. He asked for replies to the questions below. From the replies he developed a questionnaire. Unfortunately Len passed away a couple of years ago, and the questionnaire was never published. A few items of the questionnaire remain from a workshop he presented. I worked with Len and would like to recreate the questionnaire with updated items for research I am doing. I would very much appreciate it if you could answer the questions below and send your replies to me. warm regards, Paul. *********************************************** 1. Thinking of the phrases "Family Preservation focus and Child protection focus" in the context of child protection, what do these phrases mean to you? Family Preservation focus: Child protection focus: 2. If someone had a child protection focus, what sorts of statements would they make that would demonstrate that view? 3. If someone had a family preservation focus, what sorts of statements would they make that would demonstrate that view? -- Dr Paul Harnett, FAPS Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Room 410 School of Psychology (McElwain Building) University of Queensland St Lucia Brisbane 4072 Australia (The University of Queensland is located on the land of the Turrbal/Jagera people) ph: (07) 3365 6723 fax: (07) 3365 4466 www.pupprogram.net.au