Dr. Eric Bruns presents on using CANS in Wraparound at the 2016 TCOM/CANS Conference in Princeton, Jew Jersey.
This presentation reviews results of User Experience (UX) testing of an Electronic Behavioral Health Record, and the way in which that feedback is used to modify the system.
The Wraparound Fidelity Assessment System (WFAS) is a multi-method approach to assessing adherence to Wraparound principles and overall quality of service. This poster summarizes recent analyses of the WFI-4, WFI-EZ, and TOM national means, fidelity scores, and other psychometrics.
Dr. Bruns presented to local stakeholders in Auckland, New Zealand. Discussion included Wraparound as a component of multi-tiered systems of school-based support, as an option for intensive support, inputs and outcomes, and new frontiers.
Drs. Eric Bruns and Jennifer Coldiron presented as part of the closing plenary at the 11th Annual TCOM/CANS Conference. Dr. Bruns presented an overview of Wraparound and its research base as well as the use of CANS in Wraparound. Dr. Coldiron presented on preliminary findings of a new national CANS and Wraparound data project.
Presented at the 3rd Biennial Seattle Implementation Research Conference
Dr. Kelly Hyde, CEO of SocialTecknowledgy and Dr. Eric Bruns, Associate Professor at the University of Washington and Co-Director of the National Wraparound Initiative introduce webinar participants to TMS-Wraplogic, a comprehensive, web-based health information technology system which serves as an Electronic Behavioral Health Record (EBHR) and Measurement Feedback System. It's specifically designed to assist the Wraparound Process and other types of integrated, team-based service approaches. PDF and WMV video files are available.
Presented at the 27th Annual Children's Mental Health Research and Policy Conference.