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Supporting Sustainable Positive Interactions in the Child Welfare System: The R3 Supervisor Strategy

Opportunities to implement and evaluate system-wide change are rare. This observational, Hybrid II study leverages a real-world, system-initiated roll-out of R3, a supervisor-targeted implementation strategy aimed at infusing the use of evidence-based principles across multiple levels of the workforce within a public child welfare system. This project aims to study the effectiveness of R3 in impacting organizational inner-context variables and subsequent positive outcomes for o...


Preventing Conduct Disorder in Child Welfare

A mixed methods randomized control trial was conducted to test the effectiveness of Pathways Triple P with child welfare involved families compared to treatment as usual. Outcomes tested included parenting behaviors and attitudes, and child behavior problems. 144 families were recruited into the study. Data was collected at 4 time points (baseline, 4 months, 9 months, and 18 months). Over 70% were retained from baseline to 18 months.

Collaborative Care for Infants at Risk

This study evaluates the feasibility, acceptability, and impact of a collaborative care practice for infants investigated by state Child Protective Services (CPS) for suspected maltreatment. Recognizing the vulnerability of infants referred into CPS in the first year of life, as well as the frequent contact of infants with health care providers in the first year of life, we will conduct a RCT to measure the impact of a collaborative practice model linking CPS caseworkers with p...

A Technology-Enhanced Approach for Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Child Welfare

In this study, a computer-assisted adaptation of SafeCare, an evidence-based home visiting program, will be developed and tested in child welfare. This approach will assist home visitors with delivery of SafeCare to families, with the goal of improving provider fidelity and implementation success. In the computer-assisted SafeCare sessions, a portion of the session will be delivered on a tablet computer that the home visitor brings to the family's home. The computer software wi...

Welfare, Wellbeing and Demographic Change: Understanding Welfare Models

The EMMY Project is an interdisciplinary and mixed methods comparative study on impact of welfare systems on mental wellbeing among the oldest old in Finland, Italy, Norway and Spain, including aspects such as equity, social inclusion, empowerment and participation. The project will delineate the concept of mental wellbeing at old age by qualitative methods, and will dissect the links between welfare systems and mental wellbeing by quantitative methods. It will support exchang...

The Effect of a Cash Transfer Program on Household Welfare and Child Nutritional Status in Mali

In the last two decades, cash transfer (CT) programs have emerged as a popular approach to long-term poverty alleviation. While the main goal of cash transfer programs is to reduce poverty, they also have the potential to improve many development outcomes, such as health and education. While many studies, mainly in Latin America and Asia, have investigated the impacts of CTs on poverty and food security and have, for the most part, found positive impacts, less is known a...

Family Strengthening Intervention: Early Childhood Development (Rwanda)

The proposed study will test the effectiveness of the Family Strengthening Intervention for Early Childhood Development (FSI-ECD) as delivered by community workers within the Rwandan social protection system. The FSI-ECD is a preventive, family-based model that uses home visiting and coaching to encourage responsive parent-child interactions and discourage violence and harsh punishment targeting families living in extreme poverty. Integration of scalable, cost-effective interve...

Comprehensive Follow-up of Low Income Families. A Cluster-randomized Study

In a cluster-randomized design, the study evaluates the effectiveness of a skill- training program for social work professionals with the aim of improving the follow-up of low income families within Norwegian labor and welfare services. While the Norwegian Labor and Welfare Administration are responsible for developing and implementing the program, researchers at Oslo and Akershus University College are conducting an independent evaluation of its effectiveness. By close follow ...

Evaluating Trauma-Informed, Evidence-Informed Interventions for Latino Families Experiencing Domestic Violence

This project will evaluate the implementation and efficacy of a domestic violence intervention module for parents receiving child welfare home visitation services.

Community Implementation of KEEP: Fidelity and Generalization of Parenting

The primary goal of this study is to examine the fidelity and generalization of parenting effects of the KEEP foster parent training intervention as it is being delivered within a child welfare system of care by a community mental health provider.

Improving Perinatal Care in Latin America

Many obstetrical interventions used in Latin America, as in other parts of the world, have been shown to be ineffective or harmful, while effective interventions remain underutilized. This study will develop and evaluate an intervention intended to implement two evidence-based practices among birth attendants in Latin America, the selective use of episiotomies and active management of the third stage of labor.

Violence Prevention for Adolescent Girls With Prior Maltreatment

The purpose of the study is to adapt and test an evidence-based trauma treatment program for adolescent girls with histories of child maltreatment. The study adapts the CBITS (Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools) program for delivery within community-based settings for use with girls assessed and/or served by the child welfare system. The study utilizes a randomized clinical trial that evaluates the effectiveness of the adapted program entitled GAIN (Girls A...

Improving the Function and Welfare of Late-stage Solid Cancer Subjects by ACC Administered Orally and Concomitantly With Inhalation

To improve the function and welfare of late stage solid cancer subjects by: - enabling subjects to benefit from a potentially promising drug under development - assessing initial evidence of improvement in Pain VAS score - assessing initial improvement in Performance Status (PS) - assessing initial improvement in oxygen saturation whenever it is feasible

Efficacy of NovoSeven® in Bleeding Prophylaxis in Hemophilia

This trial is conducted in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, and the United States of America (USA). The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of secondary prophylactic treatment with NovoSeven® in haemophilia A and B patients with inhibitors.

Handheld Mirror to Improve Child's Behavior During Dental Treatment

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a handheld mirror helps to reduce child behavior problems during dental treatment. It will be tested by randomized crossover design. Child participants will receive dental treatment under two conditions: during one of the treatment days the child will be given a handheld mirror; another treatment will be done without the child having the mirror. Each condition will be assign on separate days, and the day, which the child has the...

Scaling Up Science-based Mental Health Interventions in Latin America

Conduct systematic, multi-site mental health implementation research in both rural and urban primary care settings with a broad group of stakeholders in the US and Latin America.

A Regional Partnership for New York City to Improve Child Welfare Outcomes Among Pregnant Women at Risk of Substance Misuse and Their Newborns

This study recruits pregnant women and new mothers who are at risk of substance use concerns during pregnancy or delivery. These women are followed for 6 months and randomized into two groups; they may receive services as usual, or enhanced services. Enhanced services include evidence based interventions and case management to support referrals to substance abuse treatment, and to teach strategies specifically targeted to parenting newborns.

Escitalopram in Anxiety Associated Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Exacerbations

Anxiety and depression are common in patients with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Frequently exacerbation's of breathlessness are associated with panic/fear and indeed this may be the main cause for the for hospital admission. Patients prone to a tendency to experience and communicate somatic distress in response to psychosocial stress and to seek medical help for it are top of the "frequent flyer" league, costing the health care economy dearly. This is...

Kilkari Impact Evaluation

BBC Media Action is presently implementing two large scale mobile health (mHealth) initiatives in India: Kilkari and Mobile Academy. Kilkari is an outbound service that delivers weekly, time-appropriate audio messages about pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare directly to families on their mobile phones, starting from the second trimester of pregnancy until the child is one-year-old. Mobile Academy (MA) is an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) in-service audio training course for...

Voiding School as a Treatment of Children's Day-time Incontinence or Enuresis

The Voiding School is a simple educational intervention to treat children with daytime incontinence or enuresis.The purpose of this study is to implement the intervention in primary care, child welfare clinics. Half of the participated children will receive treatment according the Voiding School protocoll and half of them will receive treatment as usual. Patient outcomes are evaluated by measuring changes in wetting episodes. Aim is also to evaluate the implementation process.

Fostering Healthy Futures for Teens: An RCT

This study will implement and evaluate a mentoring program designed to promote positive youth development and reduce adverse outcomes among maltreated adolescents with open child welfare cases. Teenagers who have been maltreated are at heightened risk for involvement in delinquency, substance use, and educational failure as a result of disrupted attachments with caregivers and exposure to violence within their homes and communities. Although youth mentoring is a widely used pre...

Change in Child-feeding Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices With Nutrition Education Mass Media in Ghana

Optimal infant and young child feeding practices are largely inadequate in rural and poor households in Ghana. Child welfare clinics (CWCs) focus on immunization, supplementation, and growth monitoring and promotion (GMP) activities among infants and young children (IYC). An essential component of GMP activities is to counsel mothers to practice optimal IYC feeding and health practices, but most of the time this is completely missing or not specific enough to be effective. ...

A Pilot Study of the Effect of Individualized Clinical Management Among Parent/Child Dyads on Continuity of Care and Interaction

this project aims to collect retrospective data on the conitinuity/disconitnuity rate for child care in the child psychiatry unit of the université hospital of Besançon, France.

Community Development Teams to Scale-Up Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC) in California

The effects of using Community Development Teams to increase the number of counties that successfully implement and sustain Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care programs is studied in a randomized trial in 40 California counties. MTFC is an alternative to group or residential placement for youth with severe conduct and emotional problems referred from the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.

Predictors of Caregiver Adaptation to Pervasive Developmental Disorders

This study will explore predictors of how caregivers might adapt to children diagnosed with a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD), including autism, Asperger s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, Rett s disorder or other not specified PDD. PDD presents particular challenges for caregivers because of the communication and socialization challenges of affected children and because of the uncertainty surrounding the cause, prognosis and recurrence risks. Peo...

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