Building a research and practice interface using NMT and Outcome measures

Annette Jackson, Margarita FREDERICO, Mohajer Hameed, Allison Cox, Margaret Kascamanidis

Published : 2016


Berry Street Take Two is a therapeutic program for child protection clients in Victoria, Australia. It is charged with the aims of helping children recover from trauma and disrupted attachment and building and disseminating knowledge about this population and ways of achieving positive outcomes. To this end Take Two is primarily a clinical service with research and training capacity. One of our ongoing tasks is to learn from the evidence and broader research but also to build and collaborate in evidence gathering and share this with others. This is harder than it sounds as ‘evidence’ presumes facts and figures that are known, observable and reliable and that we can measure complexity. This p..

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