Consortium participants’ scholarship spans a wide range of topics addressing implementation of evidence-based practice.
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Albers, B., Mildon, R., Lyon, A. R., & Shlonsky, A. (2017). Implementation frameworks in child, youth and family services–Results from a scoping review. Children and Youth Services Review, 81, 101-116.
Barwick, M. (2011). Master’s level clinician competencies in child and youth behavioral healthcare. Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 11, 29–58.
Barwick, M. A., Boydell, K. M., Stasiulis, E., Ferguson, H. B., Blase, K., & Fixsen, D. (2008). Research utilization among children’s mental health providers. Implementation Science, 3(1), 19.
Barwick, M., Kimber, M., & Fearing, G. (2011). Shifting sands: A case study of process change in scaling up for evidence-based practice. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 10(8), 97-114.
Barwick, M. A., Peters, J., & Boydell, K. (2009). Getting to uptake: Do communities of practice support the implementation of evidence-based practice? Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 18(1),16
Bertram, R.M., Blase, K.A., & Fixsen, D.L. (2015). Improving programs and outcomes: Implementation frameworks and organization change. Research on Social Work Practice, 25(4), 477-487.
Bertram, R.M., Blase, K., Shern, D., Shea, P., & Fixsen, D. (2011). Implementation opportunities and challenges for prevention and health promotion initiatives. National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors, Alexandria VA.
Bertram, R.M., Charnin, L.A., Kerns, S.E.U., & Long, A.C.J. (2015). Evidence-based practices in North American MSW curricula. Research on Social Work Practices, 25(6), 737-748.
Bertram, R. M., Decker, T., Gillies, M. E., & Choi, S. W. (2017). Transforming Missouri’s child welfare system: Community conversations, organizational assessment, and university partnership. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 98(1), 9-17.
Bertram, R.M., Kerns, S.E., Charnin, L., & Long, A. (2014). Evidenced-based practices in North American MSW Curricula: Full Report. Child and Family Evidence-Based Practices Consortium. Denver, CO.
Bertram, R.M., King, K., Pederson, R., & Nutt, J., (2014). Program implementation: An examination of the interface of curriculum and practice. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 11, 193-207.
Bertram, R.M., Schaffer, P., & Charnin, L., (2014). Changing organization culture: Data driven participatory evaluation and revision of wraparound implementation. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 11, 18-29.
Bertram, R.M., Suter, J., Bruns, E., & Orourke, K. (2011). Implementation research and wraparound literature: Building a research agenda. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 20 (6), 713-726.
Bickman, L., Douglas, S.R., Vides De Andrade, A.R., Tomlinson, M., Gleacher, A., Olin, S. & Hoagwood, K. (2015). Implementing a measurement feedback system: A tale of two sites. Administration and Policy in Mental health and Mental Health Services Research. DOI 10.1007/s10488-015-0647-8.
Brown, C. H., Chamberlain, P., Saldana, L., Padgett, C., Wang, W., & Cruden, G. (2014). Evaluation of two implementation strategies in 51 child county public service systems in two states: results of a cluster randomized head-to-head implementation trial. Implementation Science, 9(1),134.
Brown, J., Rounthwaite, J., & Barwick, M. (2011). Implementing evidence-based practices: A transformational organizational change process. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 10(7), 33-54.
Cannata, E. & Hoge, M.A. ( 2012). Higher education reform on evidence-based practices: The Connecticut transformation initiative. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 12 (1), 18-23.
Cannata, E. & Marlowe, D. B. (2017). Building strong clinicians: Education strategies to promote interest and readiness for evidence-based practice. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 98(1), 35-43.
Chamberlain, P., Roberts, R., Jones, H., Marsenich, L., Sosna, T., & Price, J. M. (2012). Three collaborative models for scaling up evidence-based practices. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 39(4), 278-290.
Chamberlain, P., Brown, C. H., Saldana, L., Reid, J., Wang, W., Marsenich, L., Sosna, T., Padgett, C., & Bouwman, G. (2008). Engaging and recruiting counties in an experiment on implementing evidence-based practice in California. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 35(4), 250-260.
Dorsey, S., Kerns, S.E.U., Trupin, E. W., Conover, K. L., & Berliner, L. (2012). Child welfare social workers as service brokers for youth in foster care: Findings from project focus. Child Maltreatment, 17(1; Special Issue: Disseminating child maltreatment interventions: Research on implementing evidence-based programs), 20-29.
Dorsey, S., Pullmann, M., Deblinger, E., Berliner, L., Kerns, S. E., Thompson, K., Unutzer, J., Weisz, J., Garland, A. (2013). Improving practice in community-based settings: A randomized trial of supervision- Study protocol. Implementation Science, 8, 89.
Fearing, G., Barwick, M., & Kimber, M. (2013). Clinical Transformation: Manager’s Perspectives on Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 1-14.
George, P., Kanary, P.J., Wotring, J., Bernstein, D., & Carter, W.J. (2008). Financing evidence-based programs and practices: Changing systems to support effective service. Child and Family Evidence-Based Practice Consortium. Report.
Hoge, M. A., Migdole, S., Cannata, E., & Powell, D. J. (2014). Strengthening supervision in systems of care: Exemplary practices in empirically supported treatments. Clinical Social Work Journal. 42. 171-181. doi: 10.1007/s10615-013-0466-x.
Hoge, M. A., Wolf, J., Migdole, S., Cannata, E., & Gregory, F. X. (2016). Workforce Development and Mental Health Transformation: A State Perspective. Community Mental Health Journal, 52(3), 323-331.
Kanary, P.J., Bertram, R.M., & Bernstein, D. (2017). The child and family evidence-based practice consortium: Pathways to the future. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 98(1), 7-8.
Kerns, S.E.U., Pullmann, M.D., Putnam, B., Payton, L., Buher, A., Holland, S., Berliner, L., Silverman, E., Fourre, L., Shogren, D., & Trupin, E.W. (in press). Child welfare and mental health: Facilitators and barriers of connecting children and youth in out-of-home care with effective mental health treatment. Children and Youth Services Review.
Kerns, S.E.U., Rivers, A.M. & Enns, G.W. (2009). Partnerships for Success in Washington State: Supporting evidence-based programming for children’s mental health. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 9, 55-62.
Lyon, A.R., Wiltsey-Stirman, S., Kerns, S.E.U., & Bruns, E.J. (2011). Developing the mental health workforce: Review and application of training strategies from multiple disciplines. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Service Research, 38, 238-253.
Marsenich, L. (2012). Using evidence-based programs to meet the mental health needs of California children and youth. California Institute for Mental Health, Sacramento, CA.
Martin, J., Walsh, J.R., & Rolls-Reutz, J.. (2017). Selecting an evidence-based practice in child welfare: Challenges and steps to identifying a good fit. Child Welfare, 94(2). 107-113.
Metz, A., Naoom, S.F., Halle, T., & Bartley, L. (2015). An integrated stage-based framework for implementation of early childhood programs and systems (OPRE Research Brief OPRE 2015¬ 48). Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Palinkas, L.A., Fuentes, D., Finno, M., Garcia, A.R., Holloway, I.W., & Chamberlin, P. (2014). Inter-organizational collaboration in the implementation of evidence-based practices among public agencies serving abused and neglected youth. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 41(1), 74–85.
Sedlar, G., Bruns, E.J., Walker, S.C., & Kerns, S.E.U. (2015). Developing a quality assurance system for multiple evidence based practices in a statewide service improvement initiative. Administration and Policy in Mental health and Mental Health Services Research. DOI 10.1007/s10488-015-0663-8
Sethi, S., Kerns, S.E.U., Sanders, M.R., & Ralph, A. (2014). The international dissemination of evidence-based parenting interventions: Impact on practitioner content and process self-efficacy. The International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 16(2), 126-137.
Strand, V. C., Popescu, M., Way, I., & Jones, A. S. (2017). Building Field Agencies’ Capacity to Prepare Staff and Social Work Students for Evidence-Based Trauma Treatments. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 98(1), 45-56.
Webster-Stratton, C. H., Reid, M. J., & Marsenich, L. (2014). Improving Therapist Fidelity During Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices: Incredible Years Program. Psychiatric Services.