R E S E A R C H A N D T R A I N I N G C E N T E R F O R C H I L D R E N 'S M E N T A L H E A L T H
Chapter 8: Use of Data to Assure Quality and Enhance Outcomes in a System of Care
Symposium – Community-based Theories of Change: Highlights of Findings from a National Study
A National Look at the Academic Achievement of Children with Emotional Disturbances
Linking Outcomes Information to Decision-making: Preliminary Findings Using a Case Study Approach
Using Data for Continuous Quality Improvement in an Integrated Setting
Four Clinical Pathways to Success in Systems of Care
Characteristics of Children with Chronic Physical Illness, their Service Use and Clinical Outcomes in Systems of Care
Cost Savings with Early Intervention: Impacting Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Outcomes
Strengths, Psychological and Functional Adjustment over Time in a Multi-site Wraparound Initiative
Continuous Quality Improvement: Using a Service-learning, Peer-mentoring Approach to Ensure System of Care and Wraparound Fidelity
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