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2007 National Child Welfare Data & Technology Conference Advertising

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Location: L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Dates: July 18-19, 2007

Topic: Making IT Work: Linking Data with Practice and Outcomes

Agenda:
This year we will examine the relationship between improved data and improved outcomes. How do the data reflect good outcomes? How have reliable data influenced the direction of child welfare practice?

Target Audience:
Program managers, case workers, system managers, agency administrators, judges, researchers representing child welfare; juvenile justice, mental health, courts, states, and tribes.

Expected Attendance: 300

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