The article focuses on the use of the Business Process Mapping (BPM) tool in American Indian children welfare tribal settings by discussing a survey. Topics discussed include an examination of differences between mainstream and tribal child welfare approaches; the use of mixed methods design for evaluating the tribal practice model development process and perception of tribal child welfare staff on the BPM process.
Lucero, Nancy M.; Leake, Robin; Scannapieco, Maria; Hanson, Stacie
Journal of Public Child Welfare
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Child welfare; Content analysis (Communication); Focus groups; Psychology of Native Americans; Interviewing; Social workers -- Attitudes; United States; Questionnaires -- Evaluation; Mathematical models; Research methodology; Surveys; Theory; Professional practice; Thematic analysis; Data analysis software; Descriptive statistics
American Indian; child welfare; cultural fit; practice models; tribes