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Message ID: 10959
Date: 2021-07-12

Author:Nimley,Kenneth

Subject:Call for Survey Participation - Social Work and Technology Interactions

Good Day, I am a Ph.D. candidate at Drexel University in the College of Computing and Informatics, where I study the role of technology and information systems in coordinating care for vulnerable populations. My dissertation research focuses on socio-technical systems used for information management by workers that support trauma-exposed youth involved in child/adolescent services. Currently, I am conducting a research study with caseworkers and social workers involved in child/adolescent services investigating their interaction with case management information systems. This research takes shape around the impact of data on how caseworkers and social workers, specifically in child/adolescent services, utilize information systems to make decisions. The study aims to better understand case management technologies and improve practitioners' interactions with data to support case management tasks. If participation in this survey study is of interest, your input will be much appreciated. Note: This study evaluates the technology and systems you use to manage case files. This study is not designed to analyze the caseworker or social worker. Click the link below (or copy and paste the link into your internet browser) to participate in a survey anonymously. Survey link: https://kennethbnimley.typeform.com/to/uge03aHf Interactions with Case Management Information Systems - Survey Are you a caseworker or social worker in child/adolescent services using technology to collect information, track information, and make case file decisions? Do you have design ideas for case management information systems that can make your work more comfortable? If so, we need your help! kennethbnimley.typeform.com The link will direct you to the study description and present an informed consent form for review. If you agree to participate, you will be provided with instructions to take a survey. Please share the above link with any caseworkers or clinical social workers you think may be interested in participating in the survey. If you have any questions or wish to learn more about this study, rather than post a response to CMRL, contact me (Kenneth Boyenah Nimley) at kbn29@drexel.edu . This study is approved by the Internal Review Board (IRB) of Drexel University. Protocol Approval #: 2003007685 Regards, Kenneth Boyenah Nimley Ph.D. Candidate ​ College of Computing & Informatics Drexel University Philadelphia, PA 19104

Good Day, I am a Ph.D. candidate at Drexel University in the College of Computing and Informatics, where I study the role of technology and information systems in coordinating care for vulnerable populations. My dissertation research focuses on socio-technical systems used for information management by workers that support trauma-exposed youth involved in child/adolescent services. Currently, I am conducting a research study with caseworkers and social workers involved in child/adolescent services investigating their interaction with case management information systems. This research takes shape around the impact of data on how caseworkers and social workers, specifically in child/adolescent services, utilize information systems to make decisions. The study aims to better understand case management technologies and improve practitioners' interactions with data to support case management tasks. If participation in this survey study is of interest, your input will be much appreciated. Note: This study evaluates the technology and systems you use to manage case files. This study is not designed to analyze the caseworker or social worker. Click the link below (or copy and paste the link into your internet browser) to participate in a survey anonymously. Survey link: https://kennethbnimley.typeform.com/to/uge03aHf Interactions with Case Management Information Systems - Survey Are you a caseworker or social worker in child/adolescent services using technology to collect information, track information, and make case file decisions? Do you have design ideas for case management information systems that can make your work more comfortable? If so, we need your help! kennethbnimley.typeform.com The link will direct you to the study description and present an informed consent form for review. If you agree to participate, you will be provided with instructions to take a survey. Please share the above link with any caseworkers or clinical social workers you think may be interested in participating in the survey. If you have any questions or wish to learn more about this study, rather than post a response to CMRL, contact me (Kenneth Boyenah Nimley) at kbn29drexel.edu . This study is approved by the Internal Review Board (IRB) of Drexel University. Protocol Approval #: 2003007685 Regards, Kenneth Boyenah Nimley Ph.D. Candidate ​ College of Computing & Informatics Drexel University Philadelphia, PA 19104