Implementation Examples: Webinars
Several webinars regarding experiences implementing evidence-based practices are available:
Webinars Sponsored by Other Organizations
American Youth Policy Forum WebinarOctober 5, 2015: Examining Strategies to Improve the Use of Research Evidence in Child Welfare
Learn about how state and community leaders address the challenge of integrating research evidence into their policy and practice decisions in the child welfare field, including examples of statewide implementation of evidence-based programs in California, Ohio, and New York.
National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Impact webinars
Learn about San Diego’s experience with delivering and sustaining Incredible Years, a set of parent, child and teacher trainings designed to prevent, reduce, and treat behavioral and emotional problems in young children.
Learn about San Francisco’s experience with delivering and sustaining the Triple P Positive Parenting Program, a multilevel system of parenting and family support strategies developed for use with families from many cultural groups.
This session highlighted Kansas’s experience with selecting and scaling up Parent Management Training – Oregon Model (PMTO) to improve permanency outcomes for children and youth with severe emotional disturbances (SED) under the five-year federal Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII).
Advancing Evidence-Based Practice webinars
Multiple webinars on evidence-based practices and implementation-related issues are available.