Improving Child Welfare Practice through Analytics, Harm Reduction & Maltreatment Prevention

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Date: September 23, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Live on Zoom
Category: Seminar
WSU Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute for child and family development is pleased to present:
 
Improving Child Welfare Practice through Administrative Data Analytics, Harm Reduction & Primary Maltreatment Prevention
Live Virtual Presentation
Thursday, Sept 23 Noon to 1 pm*
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Sept 23 Noon – 1:00 ZOOM LINK
Meeting ID: 925 5442 5280 Passcode: 690032
 
Assistant Professor
Wayne State University
 
Dr. Victor, a former MPSI pre-doctoral trainee and newly appointed assistant professor in the WSU School of Social Work, will present an overview of his current research projects related to child welfare practice in the United States. These include the use of data science methods such as text mining and machine learning to analyze written child welfare records, working to reduce punishment of domestic violence survivors on the basis of their own victimization, and exploring the use of family resource centers as a community-based, primary prevention strategy for child maltreatment. 
Connect to Zoom meeting HERE
 
 
Questions contact: MPSI Training Director Dr. Julie Wargo Aikins, 313-664-2547

Contact

Julie Wargo Aikins

julie.wargo.aikins@wayne.edu

Cost

FREE
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