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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 - December 22, 2017 and is updated quarterly.

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Message ID: 9864
Date: 2015-07-27

Author:Andres Arroyo

Subject:NDACAN Updata Newsletter, Summer 2015 (Vol. 32)

THE NDACAN UPDATA Summer 2015 (Vol. 32) The NDACAN Updata is your biannual source for important Archive announcements. RECENT DATA RELEASES * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Child File, FFY 2013 by Children's Bureau (Dataset #188) * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS), Adoption File FFY 2013 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #190) 2015 SUMMER RESEARCH INSTITUTE NDACAN hosted its 22nd Summer Research Institute (SRI) at Cornell University from June 8-12th. Fifteen child maltreatment researchers were accepted from a pool of 61 applicants. The Institute offered an intensive secondary data analysis experience, providing support to participants working on their own research projects using Archive data. Statistical consultant Chris Wiesen of the Odum Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill was available to assist data users with complex data issues. Cornell Human Ecology Associate Professor in Policy Analysis and Management, Felix Thoemmes, delivered a talk to participants titled, "The New Stats: Confidence Intervals and Effect Sizes." In addition to working on their research projects, participants also enjoyed mid-afternoon campus walks and an off-campus excursion to beautiful Taughannock Falls State Park. * Brian Allen, PsyD Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children * Jamie Cage, MS* Case Western Reserve University * Michele Cascardi, PhD Montclair State University * Brian Chor, PhD American Insittutes for Research (AIR) * Caitlin Elsaesser, PhD University of Chicago * Meg Feely, MSW* Washington University * Grace Ho, PhD, BSN John's Hopkins *Graduate student * Karen Kolivoski, PhD University of Maryland * Assaf Oshri, PhD University of Georgia * Alfred Perez, PhD University of Texas at San Antonio * Chad Shenk, PhD Pennsylvania State University * Lori Sicafuse, PhD National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges * Manfred van Dulmen, PhD, Kent State University * Melissa Van Wert, MSW* Kent State University DID YOU KNOW? NDACAN provides on-demand technical support to prospective and current users of our archived datasets. In addition to on-demand requests for support, data users can review the contents of the User Support page of our website. The support page is where we post step-by-step help documents and dataset specific pre-recorded presentations. We also offer custom analyses (e.g., frequencies or cross tabulations) of our administrative datasets (NCANDS, AFCARS, and NYTD) for organizations who just need a simple table or don't have the resources to manage large data files. If you have a question about dataset’s content or would like to request a custom analysis, please e-mail your request to NDACANsupport@cornell.edu . CALL FOR DATA USERS TO SEND CITATIONS NDACAN maintains a reference list of scholarly work produced using Archive data. You can access the Child Abuse and Neglect Digital Library (canDL) from our Publications page. Please visit the canDL to see if your publications using Archive data are included and contact us if you have references to add (NDACANsupport@cornell.edu ). Featured Citations: * Maguire-Jack, K., Lanier, P., Johnson-Motoyama, M., Welch, H., Dineen, M. (2015). Geographic variation in racial disparities in child maltreatment: The influence of county poverty and population density. Child Abuse & Neglect. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.05.020 * Shpiegel, S.& Cascardi, M. (2015). Adolescent parents in the first wave of the National Youth in Transition Database. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 9(3), 277-298. doi:10.1080/15548732.2015.1043687 * He, A. S., Fulginiti, A., Finno-Velasquez, M. (2015). Connectedness and suicidal ideation among adolescents involved with child welfare: A national survey. Child Abuse & Neglect, 42(April 2015), 54-62. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.02.016 CALL FOR DATASETS Research has demonstrated an increased citation rate for publications whose investigators share data. Depositing your data with NDACAN can facilitate long-term preservation and provide researchers access to your data for secondary analysis. The Archive is seeking quantitative datasets to add to our collection. Please contact us (NDACANsupport@cornell.edu ) if you have data or know of data that would benefit researchers. FORTHCOMING DATASETS * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD)- Outcomes 2014 by the Children's Bureau * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD)- Services 2014 by the Children's Bureau * AFCARS Foster Care 2014 by the Children's Bureau * AFCARS Adoption 2014 by the Children's Bureau * Supporting Evidence-Based Home Visitation Programs to Prevent Child Maltreatment (EBHV) by Mathematica Policy Research CHILD MALTREATMENT RESEARCH E-LIST The Archive moderates an e-mail list for discussion of research questions related to child abuse and neglect. To subscribe or to alter your subscription, visit our CMRL page. NDACAN maintains a searchable database of all past CMRL messages (9700+) since its inception in 1996. ____________________ The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect at Cornell University is funded through a cooperative agreement with the Children’s Bureau. For more information, visit http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu . This notice is sent to all users of Archive data and to active members of our mailing list. If you would like to be removed from our mailing list, please contact NDACAN@cornell.edu .

THE NDACAN UPDATA Summer 2015 (Vol. 32) The NDACAN Updata is your biannual source for important Archive announcements. RECENT DATA RELEASES * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Child File, FFY 2013 by Children's Bureau (Dataset #188) * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS), Adoption File FFY 2013 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #190) 2015 SUMMER RESEARCH INSTITUTE NDACAN hosted its 22nd Summer Research Institute (SRI) at Cornell University from June 8-12th. Fifteen child maltreatment researchers were accepted from a pool of 61 applicants. The Institute offered an intensive secondary data analysis experience, providing support to participants working on their own research projects using Archive data. Statistical consultant Chris Wiesen of the Odum Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill was available to assist data users with complex data issues. Cornell Human Ecology Associate Professor in Policy Analysis and Management, Felix Thoemmes, delivered a talk to participants titled, "The New Stats: Confidence Intervals and Effect Sizes." In addition to working on their research projects, participants also enjoyed mid-afternoon campus walks and an off-campus excursion to beautiful Taughannock Falls State Park. * Brian Allen, PsyD Penn State Hershey Center for the Protection of Children * Jamie Cage, MS* Case Western Reserve University * Michele Cascardi, PhD Montclair State University * Brian Chor, PhD American Insittutes for Research (AIR) * Caitlin Elsaesser, PhD University of Chicago * Meg Feely, MSW* Washington University * Grace Ho, PhD, BSN John's Hopkins *Graduate student * Karen Kolivoski, PhD University of Maryland * Assaf Oshri, PhD University of Georgia * Alfred Perez, PhD University of Texas at San Antonio * Chad Shenk, PhD Pennsylvania State University * Lori Sicafuse, PhD National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges * Manfred van Dulmen, PhD, Kent State University * Melissa Van Wert, MSW* Kent State University DID YOU KNOW? NDACAN provides on-demand technical support to prospective and current users of our archived datasets. In addition to on-demand requests for support, data users can review the contents of the User Support page of our website. The support page is where we post step-by-step help documents and dataset specific pre-recorded presentations. We also offer custom analyses (e.g., frequencies or cross tabulations) of our administrative datasets (NCANDS, AFCARS, and NYTD) for organizations who just need a simple table or don't have the resources to manage large data files. If you have a question about dataset’s content or would like to request a custom analysis, please e-mail your request to NDACANsupportcornell.edu . CALL FOR DATA USERS TO SEND CITATIONS NDACAN maintains a reference list of scholarly work produced using Archive data. You can access the Child Abuse and Neglect Digital Library (canDL) from our Publications page. Please visit the canDL to see if your publications using Archive data are included and contact us if you have references to add (NDACANsupportcornell.edu ). Featured Citations: * Maguire-Jack, K., Lanier, P., Johnson-Motoyama, M., Welch, H., Dineen, M. (2015). Geographic variation in racial disparities in child maltreatment: The influence of county poverty and population density. Child Abuse & Neglect. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.05.020 * Shpiegel, S.& Cascardi, M. (2015). Adolescent parents in the first wave of the National Youth in Transition Database. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 9(3), 277-298. doi:10.1080/15548732.2015.1043687 * He, A. S., Fulginiti, A., Finno-Velasquez, M. (2015). Connectedness and suicidal ideation among adolescents involved with child welfare: A national survey. Child Abuse & Neglect, 42(April 2015), 54-62. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.02.016 CALL FOR DATASETS Research has demonstrated an increased citation rate for publications whose investigators share data. Depositing your data with NDACAN can facilitate long-term preservation and provide researchers access to your data for secondary analysis. The Archive is seeking quantitative datasets to add to our collection. Please contact us (NDACANsupportcornell.edu ) if you have data or know of data that would benefit researchers. FORTHCOMING DATASETS * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD)- Outcomes 2014 by the Children's Bureau * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD)- Services 2014 by the Children's Bureau * AFCARS Foster Care 2014 by the Children's Bureau * AFCARS Adoption 2014 by the Children's Bureau * Supporting Evidence-Based Home Visitation Programs to Prevent Child Maltreatment (EBHV) by Mathematica Policy Research CHILD MALTREATMENT RESEARCH E-LIST The Archive moderates an e-mail list for discussion of research questions related to child abuse and neglect. To subscribe or to alter your subscription, visit our CMRL page. NDACAN maintains a searchable database of all past CMRL messages (9700+) since its inception in 1996. ____________________ The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect at Cornell University is funded through a cooperative agreement with the Children’s Bureau. For more information, visit http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu . This notice is sent to all users of Archive data and to active members of our mailing list. If you would like to be removed from our mailing list, please contact NDACANcornell.edu .