Co-Creating the Conditions to Sustain the Use of Research Evidence in Public Child Welfare

Metz, A., & Bartley, L.

From the abstract: "A case study secondary data analysis methodology is used to assess how to support the use of research evidence by leveraging relationships among evidence-based model developers, service providers, and public child welfare agency staff. Findings demonstrate the structure and intensity of mutual consultations between these groups contributes to the development of products and processes to optimize the use research evidence. Implications for public child welfare are discussed."

Available here: Child Welfare Journal
Citation: Metz, A., & Bartley, L. (2017). Co-creating the conditions to sustain the use of research evidence in public child welfare. Child Welfare, 94(2), 115-139.