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Integrating strategies for delivering evidence-informed practice

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The need for policy and practice to be informed by a high-quality evidence base has been widely recognised. However, there are many barriers to overcome in order to realise this goal. This article describes a conceptual framework for understanding the drivers of policy and practice in the child and family welfare sectors, and profiles strategies being employed across Australia to facilitate evidence-informed practice.
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Keywords: CHILD WELFARE; EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICE; FAMILY WELFARE; RESEARCH-INTO-PRACTICE

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: 01 May 2009

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