Promoting Evidence-informed Practice in Child Welfare in Ontario: Progress, Challenges and Future Directions.

Wes Shera , Katharine Dill

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    Abstract

    Paper explores the findings from a province-wide program evaluation of Practice and Research Together (PART: www. partcanada.org); The paper is a unique evaluation of a knowledge exchange program and provides interesting analysis of how front-line practitioners, supervisors and senior leaders engage, utilize and contribute to evidence-informed practice.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages204-213
    Number of pages9
    Specialist publicationResearch on Social Work Practice
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

    Keywords

    • evidence-informed practice
    • implmentation
    • child welfare

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