Näyttöön perustuva työ lasten kasvun ja kehitysympäristön tukena – miten johtaa ja mahdollistaa juurtuminen? 12.2.2019

Vieraana professori John Lavis Kanadasta. Tilaisuudessa julkaistaan Itlan implementointikäsikirja. Tilaisuus on englanninkielinen ja sen järjestävät Itla ja eduskunnan Lapsen puolesta -ryhmä.

Huomaa myös seminaari Turussa ma 11.2.2019 /Please note the seminar in Turku on Februay 11th with APEX consortium (Transferring child and adolescent mental health treatment to awareness, prevention and early intervention), INVEST flagship (Inequalities, Interventions, and New Welfare State), University of Turku.

Brokering knowledge for Support of Children – How to support policy making and practice at national, regional and local level?

Date and Time: Tuesday 12.2.2019, 12:00-14:00
Venue: Visitor’s Centre at the Little Parliament annex, Arkadiankatu 3, Helsinki (Kansalaisinfo, Pikkuparlamentti)
Organizers: Itla Children’s Foundation with the Finnish Parliament’s Pro Children Group (Lapsen puolesta -ryhmä)
The seminar is admission free. Registration by 5th of February: https://fi.surveymonkey.com/r/HPMHWWL

 

Programme

Chair Professor emerita Marjukka Mäkelä

12:00-12:10
Opening words
Member of Parliament, Chair of the Itla Foundation Delegation Aila Paloniemi

Member of Parliament Johanna Karimäki, The Finnish Parliament’s Pro Children Group (Lapsen puolesta -ryhmä)

12:10-12:35
Ten lessons learned about supporting evidence-informed policymaking in Canada
Professor John Lavis, McMaster University, Department of Health Evidence and Impact

12:35-13:10
Leading Evidence-Based practice at Regional and Local Level – Presentation of a new Guide for Implementation of Brokering Knowledge for Support of Children
Development Leader, PhD Petra Kouvonen and Psychologist, PhD, adjunct professor of Forensic Pscyhology Taina Laajasalo

13:10-14:00
Panel: What to do and what not to do?

Professor John Lavis; CEO Petri Virtanen, Itla Children’s Foundation; Member of Parliament Sari Raassina; Chief Physician Tuire Sannisto, City of Tampere, Health Services for Children and Youth.
Chair Professor emerita Marjukka Mäkelä

 

About the seminar

In order to strengthen the early support and evidence-based work Itla will publish an implementation guide for municipalities and local authorities. Decision makers from the local to the national level are in key position what comes to the management and implementation of the evidence-based interventions. The guide will be publish at the seminar.

The keynote speaker is professor John Lavis from Canada. John Lavis holds the Canada Research Chair in Evidence-Informed Health Systems. He is the Director of the McMaster Health Forum (and Forum+), Co-Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Evidence-Informed Policy, and Professor in the Department of Health Evidence and Impact at McMaster University. More information on professor John Lavis.

Itla Children’s Foundation and The Finnish Association for Mental Health as well as the National Institute for Health and Welfare have disseminated evidence-based interventions as part of the government programme to address reform in child and family services (LAPE). Over 1000 professionals were trained and approximately 10 000 families got support during the programme.