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PFSC Seminar Series

PFSC Seminar Series
Location:
24a-302
Start:
12:00pm Tuesday, 14th July 2009
Finish:
1:00pm Tuesday, 14th July 2009

We are very pleased to announce that Professor Ron Prinz from the University of South Carolina (and Honorary Professor at UQ) will be presenting a talk titled, "Parenting Interventions and the Child Welfare System:  Dissemination that Creates Efficiencies".
Ron Prinz is a Carolina Distinguished Professor in Psychology and Director of the Research Consortium on Children and Families at the University of South Carolina. Ron attended UCLA and University of California at Berkeley as an undergraduate and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is lead editor of Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, and is currently serving as treasurer of the Society for Prevention Research. His research focuses on child abuse, and the prevention of childhood behavioural and emotional problems, with funding from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health. Ron has served on multiple grant review panels for the National Institutes of Health. He also directs the USC Parenting and Family Research Centre.

Details for the seminar are below. Please feel free to bring your lunch along.
 
Presenter: Professor Ron Prinz
Title: Parenting Interventions and the Child Welfare System:  Dissemination that Creates Efficiencies
 
Overview: Child maltreatment presents a major challenge to society but is really part of a larger set of issues related to families who are or who might be involved with the child welfare system.  This presentation focuses on a reconceptualization of how to approach the parenting intervention needs of the community in ways that create efficiencies.  Communities cannot rely solely on the child welfare system to reduce the demand for child protective services action.

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