Evidence Informed Practice in Intensive Family Support Programs: Are we there yet?

Evidence Informed Practice in Intensive Family Support Programs: Are we there yet?

Marie Iannos and Greg Antcliff

This webinar described how The Benevolent Society applies the Resilience Practice Framework to their intensive family support programs.

This webinar was held on 21 May 2013.

The Resilience Practice Framework (Daniel and Wassell, 2002) focuses on maximising the likelihood of better outcomes for children by building a protective framework around them.

In this webinar, Marie Iannos and Greg Antcliff discussed The Benevolent Society's approach to the development and implementation of the Resilience Practice Framework to their intensive family support programs. The challenges and facilitators of implementing evidence-informed practice were explored, along with identifying the next steps of the implementation cycle.

About the presenters

Marie Iannos

Marie Iannos is a registered psychologist and research assistant with the Australian Centre for Child Protection at the University of South Australia

Greg Antcliff

Greg Antcliff is a registered psychologist and Director of Professional Practice with The Benevolent Society.