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Family Start evaluation : capitalising on big data, unpacking the black box: A mixed methods approach Davina Jones and Paul Arts

By: Jones, Davina.
Contributor(s): Arts, Paul.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Oranga Tamariki, 2018Description: electronic document (25 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): CHILD ABUSE | Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre | CHILD DEVELOPMENT | DATA ANALYSIS | EVALUATION | FAMILIES | HAUORA WHĀNAU | HOME-BASED FAMILY SERVICES | INTERVENTION | MĀORI | MĀTUA | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PARENTING | PASIFIKA | PROGRAMMES | SOCIAL SERVICES | TOKO I TE ORA | WHĀNAU | PREVENTION | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Seminar, July 2018 | 2016 FS study Summary: In this presentation (slides and video available) the presenters talk about what we know about Family Start home visiting programme to date and the different types of evidence used to evaluate it. They also discuss the tangible impact linked data is having on the Family Start programme. A video of the presentation is available from the seminar page. An overview of IDI was also provided at the July 2018 seminar - follow the link for more information. A full report of the 2016 Family Start evaluation is available (#4964) - follow the link. Record #5970
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Presented at the Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre seminar, July 2018.

In this presentation (slides and video available) the presenters talk about what we know about Family Start home visiting programme to date and the different types of evidence used to evaluate it. They also discuss the tangible impact linked data is having on the Family Start programme. A video of the presentation is available from the seminar page.

An overview of IDI was also provided at the July 2018 seminar - follow the link for more information.

A full report of the 2016 Family Start evaluation is available (#4964) - follow the link. Record #5970

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