This session is all about gathering and using data. It focuses on Research, Data gathering, Analysis, and Use for Evidence-Based Services.
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This program is a full-day event that begins with a general session and then splits into tracks. Participants will receive unique links they must use to access participate in this session when the time comes.
Interface and network with experts and peers with varied yet related backgrounds and experiences all can benefit from.
Professional Certification: Training hours credits earned may be allied toward certification, or potentially meet other professional licensing and continuing education requirements.
General Session: Current & Emerging Trends in the Remote & Onsite Blended Workforce: Challenges for Leadership & Practice
This program is organized into Three (3) Sessions on research, data, analysis, and being evidence-based by being data driven:
Session 1: Presentation and discussion of research concepts and processes, including research design and data collection/analysis.
Session 2: Case Study of notable agency utilizing data to answer some basic research questions and generate a report. In depth review of a case study featuring previous participants, lessons learned, experiences and development as a practitioner, manager/leader, graduate student, and researcher.
Session 3: Experts discuss data experiences and development as practitioner, academic, and researcher. Subsequent use of study completed at the University of New Haven to evaluate federal drug courts in Connecticut, to illustrate a researcher-practitioner partnership and use of data to evaluate program effectiveness.
Join us and learn from some of the best in the field and based on actual examples.
|Event End Date||10/21/2021|
|Cut off date||10/22/2021|
|Speaker||EB Faculty Team. See Program Agenda.|