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Evidence-Based Practice in Child Welfare in the Context of Cultural Competence
Through a series of talks, panels, and small group discussion on June 11, 2007 at the University of Minnesota, professionals and community members from around the country discussed the issues of developing evidence-based practice in child welfare that is culturally competent.
Through this self-guided series, this information is available to you!
Visit the 6 modules of this workshop to enhance your understanding and thinking on issues related to cultural competence, child welfare, and evidence-based practice. Links to the 6 modules are located in the left menu bar and each module includes reading material, resources, and interactive learning activities.
These self-study modules are useful for workers, supervisors, administrators and students who are interested in improving practice and managing to achieve culturally competent, evidence-based practice.
Click on a module to go to that module:
- Module 1: Introduction
- Module 2: First Things First: Key Concepts of Evidence-Based Practice & Child Welfare
- Module 3: First Things First: Key Concepts of Cultural Sensitivity
- Module 4: Moving Along: Implementation So Far!
- Module 5: Forward & Onward: Practice, Policy, and Research
- Module 6: Until Next Time: Challenges, Next Steps & Conclusions