Seminar programme & registration – Informed decisions: How implementation research and knowledge benefit bringing evidence into the practices and strategies of child and family services?

Informed decisions: How implementation research and knowledge benefit bringing evidence into the practices and strategies of child and family services?​

Time: Monday 11.2.2019 klo 11-16
Venue: Medisiina D, Lauren 1 -sali (1. krs)
Kiinamyllynkatu 10, Turku

Possibility to participate online

Registration by 5th of February (for online participants also): https://konsta.utu.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=88&tap=5822

Welcome to seminar ”Informed decisions: How implementation research and knowledge benefit bringing evidence into the practices and strategies of child and family services ?​” organized by APEX consortium (Transferring child and adolescent mental health treatment to awareness, prevention and early intervention), INVEST flagship (Inequalities, Interventions, and New Welfare State), University of Turku and the Itla foundation.

The seminar is aimed at decision-makers, researchers and mental health work experts and developers.

The keynote is Professor John Lavis, Department of Health Evidence and Impact, McMaster University. He has established and leads the McMaster Health Forum and Forum + program in order to develop ways to bring the best existing research evidence to decision-making and system-level work. Dialogue with citizens and stakeholders is also essential.

More information on Professor Lavis:

https://fhs.mcmaster.ca/main/canada_chairs/evidence_informed_health_systems_chair.html

Registration by 5th of February (for online participants also): https://konsta.utu.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=88&tap=5822

The seminar is admission free.

Programme

11.00 Opening words
Professor Andre Sourander, APEX Consortium, INVEST flagship, University of Turku

Keynote: Supporting rapid learning in child and family services
Professor John Lavis, Department of Health Evidence and Impact, McMaster University

12.00 Implementing KiVa Antibullying Program: Few lessons learnt so far
Senior Researcher Sanna Herkama, KiVa antibullying program, University of Turku

12.45 Break

13.30 Web-based Parent Training Intervention with Telephone Coaching for Disruptive Behavior in 4-Year-Old Children in Real World Practice: Implementation study
Professor Andre Sourander and Voimaperheet work group, APEX consortium

14.15 Stakeholder’s commentary: Case Tampere
Chief Physician Tuire Sannisto, City of Tampere, Health Services for Children and Youth

14.45 Experiences on implementing evidence-based parental support into Finnish child wellfare practices
Program manager Petra Kouvonen, Itla Children’s Foundation
Visiting researcher Piia Karjalainen, THL

15.15- Discussion
15.45

Further information: Jarna Lindroos (firstname.lastname (at) utu.fi)

Online participation: Registered online participants will receive an email containing a link to the seminar web site on 6th of February.

Welcome!