The IPH Center is undertaking a program of research on teaming across helping organizations. Since a large focus of our work is on collaboration, we hope to try to deepen our understanding of the workplace conditions that both facilitate and frustrate effective teaming.
If you are interested and willing, we would appreciate you taking 15 to 20 minutes of your time to complete a survey that will initiate this program of research.
Thank you for considering our request.
To assure the optimal safety of all attendees, this year’s TCOM Conference in Lexington will require either evidence of full vaccination OR a negative PCR test for COVID-19 within 72 hours (3 days) prior to in-person conference check-in at the hotel. We will follow CDC guidelines regarding masks and social distancing during the conference.
Just like in aviation and the nuclear industry, child welfare is a safety critical industry and high stakes high consequence decisions are made every day by child welfare workers and caregivers. Dr. Michael Cull, Associate Director for the Center for Innovation in Population Health (IPH Center), was recently interviewed in Welcome to the Field, a podcast for child welfare professionals, caregivers, and community partners. This podcast is hosted by Cassie Gillespie and Pete Cudney at the University of Vermont’s Child Welfare Training Partnership. Dr. Cull discusses his work applying safety science in… Read More