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Evidence-Based Management (EBM)

Principal Investigator: Nico Trocmé
Co-Investigators: W. Thomson, Jo Ann Levesque, B. MacLaurin, A. Shlonsky, & S. Hélie
Period: 2006–2010


Funding Sources:

Funding Source: Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada
Period: 2006–2011
Funding Source: McGill Faculty of Arts / VP Research and Internal Relations
Period: 2006–2010
Funding Source: Association des Centre Jeunesse du Québec
Period: 2006–2010
Funding Source: Batshaw Youth and Family Centres
Period: 2006‐2009
Funding Source: RBC Children’s Services Research & Training Program
Period: 2010‐11


Project Summary:

The Evidence‐Based Management project was a four‐year knowledge‐mobilization initiative designed to develop and evaluate a model for supporting greater use of research as a management tool in child
welfare organizations. The final year of the project was used to complete an evaluation as well assupport the transition to sustainable on‐going activities, including (1) maintaining two ClinicalIntegration Groups – one on sexual abuse and one on conjugal violence ‐‐ supported by researchersand graduate students, (2) supporting analysis of outcome indicators for In‐The‐Know, a jointBatshaw/CRCF research publication, (3) supporting the province‐wide outcome indicators initiative(see Gestion fondée sur les indicateurs de suivi clinique en protection de la jeunesse below), and (4)disseminating findings from the study.
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EBM-related Resources:

(1)   A new project originating from the partnership between the CRCF and Batshaw, entitled “ Gestion fondée sur les indicateurs de suivi Clinique,” is a knowledge mobilization initiative between the CRCF and sixteen child protection jurisdictions across Québec, Canada. A more detailed description of the project can be found here.