The Decision-Making Ecology: Implications for Workforce Interventions in Child Welfare

Centre of Law & Social Transformation is pleased to invite you to participate to the seminar under Child Rights Unit with John Fluke.

Date: 15.05.2017
Adress: Christiesgate 17, seminarrom 3 etg.
Time: 15.15 – 17.00

John Fluke is associate Director at the Kempe Center for the Prevention of Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Dr. Fluke has over 32 years of experience in social service delivery system research in the area of Child Welfare and Mental Health Services for children.

He is also active in the area of national child maltreatment data collection systems and analysis and has worked with data collection programs in the Balkans, Canada, Saudi Arabia, the US, and for UNICEF.  He is also known for his innovative and informative evaluation work in the areas of child maltreatment prevalence, child welfare administrative data analysis, workload and costing, and performance and outcome measurement for children and family services.

As a research manager he has experience in directing research and evaluation projects focused on maltreatment surveillance data, children’s mental health, child protective service risk and safety assessment, expedited permanency, guardianship, family group decision making, trauma services, adoption, and screening.  The author or co-author of numerous scholarly publications, Dr. Fluke has presented papers at both national and international meetings and conferences.

List of publications

The debate will be held in English.

It will be served food and drinks.