Definition

Definition

The field of public child welfare invests in, promotes and guides research that generates reliable, valid, generalizable, relevant and usable knowledge to answer questions that emerge from child welfare practice and policy and from practices and policies of other systems working with children, youth and families. The strategic use of research affects practice and adds credibility to decision-

making.






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