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WHAT WE PROVIDE
PART creates organizational and systemic change by bridging the gap that currently exists between child welfare practitioners and researchers. PART is not merely a website portal, but rather a structure that provides member agencies with hands-on support and tools to assist with the integration and utilization of evidence-informed practice. We provide access to:
- E-library that offers access to over 800 peer reviewed journals, conference papers, and abstracts,
- Guidebook for child welfare that include practical and innovative tools and videos to support EIP practice in agencies,
- PARTicles – there are nearly 100 literature reviews available that cover a wide range of topic areas critical to child welfare to be used by practitioners for a multitude of purposes.
- Webinars - on-line short seminars that can be accessed at the comfort of your office and are archived on the website
- Conference that bring together academic researchers and child welfare practitioners to share knowledge and experience on the full range of topics in child welfare,
- Other links to other sources including Research in Practice ( RiP), our sister organization in the United Kingdom
- Support to Link PARTners representatives from the member agencies who work in partnership with the PART program.
ELIGIBILITY FOR MEMBERSHIP
Child welfare agencies in Ontario Canada are eligible to become members.
PART membership offers you free access to the web-site portal that encompasses all elements of the program and resources including:
- Publications and Resources such as
- Literature Reviews that are called PARTicles
- Webinars offered each month
- Free registration to two large scale conferences each year
- Free access to webcast of all conferences
- Hands on support to representatives from your member agencies who work in partnership with the PART program such as Regional meetings and annual retreat for LinkPARTners
Member agencies are also offered opportunities to participate in the development of PART resources such as guidebooks and conferences
- Each agency pays an annual fee for membership. Fees are based on a sliding scale to reflect size and budget of agencies.
- For more information about fees contact Auriole Fernandes (AFernandes@PartOntario.org)
PART members have unlimited access to the website portal, which delivers all program elements and resources, including:
Publications and Resources
- The E-library offers access to over 800 peer reviewed journals, conference papers, and abstracts. Also available are e-books and other online text resources.
- Guidebook publications, including practical tools and supplementary on-demand videos.
- Access to PARTicle literature reviews covering a broad range of topic areas critical to child welfare practice. PART has a consistently growing database of literature reviews to help support your practice.
Webinars and Conferences
- Webinars are short, monthly online seminars that can be followed in real-time or on-demand from the comfort of your office.
- Conferences bring together child welfare practitioners and leading academics to share knowledge and experience on the full range of topics in child welfare. These events are simultaneously webcast and stored in PART’s on-demand archived to increase accessibility.
Member agencies are also invited to participate in the development of PART resources such as practice guidebooks and conferences.
ELIGIBILITY FOR MEMBERSHIP
Child welfare agencies in Ontario, Canada are eligible to become members of PART.
- Each member agency pays an annual fee for membership. Fees amounts are based upon a sliding scale that reflects the different sizes and budgets of member agencies.
- Member agencies sign a membership agreement with PART and make a commitment to retain membership for a period of at least two years.
For more information about fees and membership, please contact Auriole Fernandes (Program Assistant).