Michael Pullmann, Ph.D.
Dr. Pullmann's research focuses on community-based participatory research approaches in children’s mental health services, education, child welfare, and juvenile justice. He focuses much of his effort on research methodology and quantitative and qualitative analyses, with a particular focus on longitudinal approaches to data analysis and the use of large management information databases for research.
Quantitative and qualitative analyses, family and youth engagement, children's mental health, juvenile justice, child welfare
- Juvenile Drug Court Enhancement Project Evaluation;
- Adolescent Community Reinforcement Approach Evaluation
- Evaluation of King County Family Treatment Court;
- NIMH Improving Practice (Dorsey)
- Creating Connections - ACF
- UM Eight State Evaluation
- Evaluation of the Comprehensive Community Supports for Children and their Families Program
- House Bill 2536
- Brief Intervention for School Clinicians (BRISC)
- Wraparound Evaluation and Research Team
- Evaluating fidelity to the wraparound service model for youth: Application of item response theory to the wraparound fidelity index.
- Keeping families together: Implementation of an Oregon law abolishing the custody relinquishment requirement.
- Multiple perspectives on family outcomes in children’s mental health.
- National trends in implementing wraparound: Results from the state wraparound survey.
- Psychometric, Reliability, and Validity of a Wraparound Team Observation Measure.
- Research in the service of policy change: The “custody problem.”