Arno Parolini is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Social Work, University of Melbourne. Arno also maintains a research affiliation with the California Child Welfare Indicators Project (CCWIP) at the University of California at Berkeley and he is currently an Honorary Officer at the Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women.
Dr Parolini's research interests are in the areas of improving human service and healthcare systems. In particular, he is interested in comprehensive service models across the life cycle of vulnerable populations as well as the application of quantitative methods to model systems and the effects of policies therein. As part of this research and project work, Dr Parolini and his team also develop flexible platforms for data collection and management to improve data quality across health and human service sectors.
Arno Parolini holds a doctoral degree in economics and master degrees in economics and business administration from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. He has worked in academia in Europe and Australia and has also gained experience as a researcher in government and not-for-profit sectors.
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Implementing Implementation: Integrating the Measurement of Implementation and Effectivene..
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Secondary analysis of the UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific: Exploring pathways to intimate partner violence perpetration
Mohajer Hameed, Anna Bornemisza, Arno Parolini, Kristin Diemer
Presentation | 2019
Science pitch presentation exploring pathways between childhood adverse experiences, family-of-origin violence, psychological well..
The Family Matters Report 2019: Measuring trends to turn the tide on the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out-of-home care in Australia
Natalie Lewis, Richard Weston, John Burton, Janelle Young, Nadeshda Jayakody, Andria Mastroianni, Wei Wu Tan, Arno Parolini, Aron Shlonsky, Clare Tilbury
Report | 2019
Decision-based models of the implementation of interventions in systems of healthcare: Implementation outcomes and intervention effectiveness in complex service environments.
Arno Parolini, Wei Wu Tan, Aron Shlonsky
Journal article | 2019 | PLOS ONE
Implementation is a crucial component for the success of interventions in health service systems, as failure to implement well can..
The Family Matters Report 2018: Measuring trends to turn the tide on the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out-of-home care in Australia
N Lewis, J Burton, J Young, N Jayakody, E Brathwaite, C Tilbury, B Jenkins, T Smith, A Shlonsky, WW Tan, undefined others
Report | 2018
The Family Matters Report 2017: Measuring Trends to Turn the Tide on the Over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children in Out-of-home Care in Australia
Natalie Lewis, John Burton, Peter Lewis, Joanne Lau, Claire Stacey, Emma Sydenham, Fleur Smith, Clare Tilbury, Tracey Smith, Aron Shlonsky, undefined others
Report | 2017
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International Association for Applied Econometrics
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