Profiling programs or practices
How can a profile demonstrate evidence of effective practice?
Profiles provide valuable summaries on effective programs and practices that contribute to the evidence base in a specific field.
Profiles break down the program or practice into its component parts and draw on existing evidence of effectiveness and an analysis of the practice’s own outcomes to demonstrate how and why the program works.
Organisations such as the Communities and Families Clearinghouse Australia (CAFCA) at the Australian Institute of Family Studies provide profiles of Promising Practices that have been peer reviewed and assessed as effective.
Combined, these programs provide a significant body of evidence-informed effective practices on which other programs can draw.
- Sector Research Partnership
- Research & Evidence Symposium - Oct 2014
- Research and Evaluation Supports
- Completed Research Projects