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Mind Of My Own review : extended trial of the Mind Of My Own application Rachael Jagger

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre, 2019Description: electronic document (24 Pages); PDF file.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | CHILDREN | EVALUATION | SOCIAL SERVICES | SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE | TECHNOLOGY | YOUNG PEOPLE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Mind Of My Own is an app-led suite of products and services used to gather the views of children and young people using social care services. The Mind Of My Own Extended Trial ran from 30th January to 30th June 2018 following a successful Proof of Concept Trial between April and June 2017. The Evidence Centre conducted a review of Mind Of My Own in July 2018 which involved surveying staff who had used the tool, conducting interviews with site supervisors, assessing the regular trial reporting documents, and analysing data from the Mind Of My Own system. The aim of the review was to assess the uptake (staff and child usage rates), usability (ease of use), usefulness (staff and child engagement with the tool), and success (tangible evidence of change to practice) of the Mind Of My Own Express and One applications. There are some limitations due to participant numbers and scope, in addition to circumstances unique to the trial setting. (From the Executive summary). Record #6230
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Mind Of My Own is an app-led suite of products and services used to gather the views of children and young people using social care services.

The Mind Of My Own Extended Trial ran from 30th January to 30th June 2018 following a
successful Proof of Concept Trial between April and June 2017.

The Evidence Centre conducted a review of Mind Of My Own in July 2018 which involved
surveying staff who had used the tool, conducting interviews with site supervisors, assessing the regular trial reporting documents, and analysing data from the Mind Of My Own system.

The aim of the review was to assess the uptake (staff and child usage rates), usability (ease of
use), usefulness (staff and child engagement with the tool), and success (tangible evidence of change to practice) of the Mind Of My Own Express and One applications.

There are some limitations due to participant numbers and scope, in addition to circumstances unique to the trial setting. (From the Executive summary). Record #6230

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