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Evaluating the Cultural Fit of an Approach for Practice Model Development for Tribal Child Welfare.

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
Tribal Adaptation