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Welcome to PARTCanada

PART (Practice & Research Together) is a Canadian membership-based organization. Our mission and mandate is to link research to child welfare practice. We achieve this goal by promoting practice, organizational and systemic change.

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PART provides its members with resources and publications that can reshape the way that child welfare practitioners deliver services.
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Link PARTners are representatives from PART member agencies. They are essential champions that promote PART and the implementation of EIP in their organizations.
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The E-library provides access to more than 800 peer reviewed journals through the PART website. PART also provides access to Research in Practice (RiP), a knowledge translation organization based in England.
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Conferences are regularly scheduled evidence-informed events that support the integration of research into practice
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PARTicles are concise literature reviews on relevant and important child welfare topics emerging from the field. They provide a critical analysis of the literature and key learning points for practitioners.
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Storyboard videos are short interactive learning tools that explain conceptual ideas.
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EIP guidebooks are user-friendly publications that provide practical ideas, tools, video clips and other resources designed to support EIP in child welfare.
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Webinars are online seminars by world-renowned researchers that can be followed in real-time or on-demand from the webinar archives.
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PARTcasts are a podcast series that collects narrated versions of notable literature reviews from the PARTicle archives. PARTcasts can be downloaded to your portable audio device or streamed directly from the PART website.
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Interactive Case Studies enhance critical thinking skills by asking questions about case decisions that promote reflection and exploration of relevant practice issues.
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The Ask a Researcher resource enables you to request support from PART staff to refine your research question and interpret research findings and literature.
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No membership is required for the Research Radio podcast series! Research Radio episodes feature one-on-one interviews with the world’s leading child welfare researchers and are downloadable, free of charge, through iTunes or streamed directly from the PART website.