Associate Professors Haksoon Ahn and Terry Shaw, and Research Specialist Samantha Hartzel published an article in Research on Social Work Practice. The article “Participants’ Satisfaction with Family Involvement Meeting: Implications for Child Welfare Practice” examines implementation of family involvement meetings (FIMs) and its effects on family strengths and their service planning. The study contributes to providing implications for FIM facilitators’ practice and effective outcomes of the FIMs to improve child welfare service outcomes.
The full citation is: Ahn, H., Hartzel, S., & Shaw, T. (2016) Participants’ satisfaction with family involvement meeting: Implications for child welfare practice. Research on Social Work Practice. doi: 10.1177/1049731516666328
The paper is available at the link below: