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Message ID: 11024
Date: 2021-12-23

Author:Andres Arroyo

Subject:NDACAN Updata Newsletter, Winter 2021-2022 (Vol. 56)

THE NDACAN UPDATA Winter 2021-2022 (Vol. 56) The NDACAN Updata is your source for important Archive announcements. RECENT DATA RELEASES The following new datasets were made available this quarter: * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis Reporting System (AFCARS) Foster Care, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #255), version 1 * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis Reporting System (AFCARS) Adoption, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #258), version 1 * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) Outcome File, Cohort Age 17 in FY2020, Wave 1 (Dataset #256) * National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) Comprehensive Organizational Health Assessment [2014-2019] (Dataset #246) The following updates to previously released datasets were made available this quarter: * Developmental Victimization Survey (DVS) (Dataset #126) * First Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-1) (Dataset #134) * Second Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-2) (Dataset #159) If you missed the opportunity to download an update, you can request to receive it by emailing NDACAN@cornell.edu with ‘request data update’ in the subject line and the dataset(s) name, number, and your contact information in the message. 2022 SUMMER RESEARCH INSTITUTE NDACAN’s Summer Research Institute (SRI) is a multi-day, online distance learning event that promotes the use of Archive datasets and encourages publication of research findings. The 30th SRI will be held on June 2, June 3, June 6, and June 7, 2022. Users of NDACAN data may apply for the SRI and, after a selective review process, a group of up to 20 scholars will be invited to participate. NDACAN encourages applications from advanced graduate students, post-docs, early-career faculty, and other researchers. NDACAN staff and SRI participants will convene online during the specified days for a series of virtual meetings. All applicants must be prepared to dedicate the period of the SRI to their project and to engage fully in the online activities. Visit https://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/summer-institute/sri-general-information.cfm for more information about the SRI and to download the application. The 2022 application submission deadline is March 15th, 2022. MONTHLY OFFICE HOURS NDACAN will be continuing its monthly Office Hours through Spring 2022. Office Hours take place from 11am to 12pm EST on the 4th Friday of each month. The events are an opportunity to chat with our team and other data users in an informal setting and ask questions about our datasets, with 30 minutes of open time and 30 minutes of dedicated time to a special visitor or theme. Please visit the https://www.ndacan.acf.hhs.gov/events/events.cfmEvents page of our website for forthcoming themes and register here to attend the free events. If you are not able to attend an Office Hours event or need more formal support, remember you are always welcome to submit dataset questions to NDACANsupport@cornell.edu . Upcoming Office Hours include: * January 28th: SRI Informational and Q&A * Presenters: Dr. Christopher Wildeman & Dr. Erin McCauley * February 25th: Publishing with NDACAN data: Panel with experienced users * Panelists: Dr. Svetlana Shpiegel, Dr. Youngmin Yi, and Dr. Brett Drake * March 25th: Workshop on SCAN data and potential applications to study disparities * Presenters: Sarah Sernaker & Dr. Erin McCauley * April 22nd: Data user flash talks * Presenters: TBD, if interested in presenting please contact us at erin.mccauley@ucsf.edu ! * May 27th: Using NDACAN data for teaching and learning * Presenter: Dr. Ivis King 2021 NDACAN SUMMER TRAINING WEBINAR SERIES All six sessions of the 2021 Summer Training Webinar Series called “Data Strategies in the Study of Child Welfare” are available online with video recordings, slides, and transcripts. They can be accessed on the NDACAN website at https://www.ndacan.acf.hhs.gov/events/2021-summer-webinars/2021-summer-webinars-listing.cfm. The upcoming 2022 Summer Training Webinar Series will be announced shortly. CALL FOR DATA USERS TO SEND CITATIONS NDACAN maintains a reference list of scholarly work produced using Archive data. You can access the Child Abuse and Neglect Digital Library (canDL) from our canDL Bibliography page. Please visit the canDL to see if your publications using Archive data are included and contact us if you have references to add (NDACANsupport@cornell.edu ). When submitting citations, please be sure to include the doi link. Featured Publications: Follow us on Twitter @NDACAN_CU to see recent publications posted by us and members of the child maltreatment research community who are using NDACAN data. Researchers who publish articles based upon NDACAN data are encouraged to tag us @NDACAN_CU , include a clickable link to the article by including "https://doi.org/" in front of the doi number, and hashtag the dataset abbreviation and/or number (#NCANDS, #NYTD, #DS223, etc.). Featured publications include: * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Alwash, N. M., & Palusci, V. J. (2022). Factors related to medical neglect recurrence and foster care and adoption services. Child Abuse & Neglect, 123, 105378. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.105378 * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) McCauley, E. (2021). Differential risks: How disability shapes risk in the transition to adulthood for youth who age out of foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 106293. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2021.106293 * Longitudinal Studies on Child Abuse and Neglect (LONGSCAN) Kysar-Moon, A. (2021). Adverse childhood experiences, family social capital, and externalizing behavior problems: An analysis across multiple ecological levels. Journal of Family Issues, 0192513X2110428. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X211042849 FORTHCOMING DATASETS * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Agency File, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #254), version 1 * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Child File, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #253), version 1 * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Kansas Intensive Permanency Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #224 & 231) * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Washoe SAFE-FC Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #249 & 250) * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Illinois Target Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #251 & 252) STAY CONNECTED TO #NDACAN For the latest updates on NDACAN activities, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NDACAN_CU . In addition to recent data release announcements, you can see reminders about our various user support services. The well-being of children is especially crucial in our current times. This is why we curate our NDACAN Twitter content to reflect the status quo and potential uses of NDACAN data holdings for both child welfare researchers and practitioners. Whether it is a recent publication or presentation, make sure to tweet @NDACAN_CU to share the various ways that NDACAN is advancing the field of child welfare research. CALL FOR DATASETS Research has demonstrated an increased citation rate for publications whose investigators share data. Depositing your data with NDACAN can facilitate long-term preservation and provide researchers access to your data for secondary analysis. The Archive is seeking quantitative datasets to add to our collection. Please contact us (NDACANsupport@cornell.edu ) if you have data or know of data that would benefit researchers or check out the Contribute Data page of our website. Are you a member of our Child Maltreatment Research List Serve (CMRL)? The Archive moderates an e-mail list for discussions of research issues relevant to child abuse and neglect. To subscribe or to alter your subscription, visit our CMRL page. This notice is sent to all users of Archive data and to active members of our mailing list. If you would like to be removed from our mailing list, please contact aa17@cornell.edu . NDACAN is a project of the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research located in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect is a service of the Children’s Bureau | Administration for Children and Families | U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

THE NDACAN UPDATA Winter 2021-2022 (Vol. 56) The NDACAN Updata is your source for important Archive announcements. RECENT DATA RELEASES The following new datasets were made available this quarter: * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis Reporting System (AFCARS) Foster Care, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #255), version 1 * Adoption and Foster Care Analysis Reporting System (AFCARS) Adoption, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #258), version 1 * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) Outcome File, Cohort Age 17 in FY2020, Wave 1 (Dataset #256) * National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) Comprehensive Organizational Health Assessment [2014-2019] (Dataset #246) The following updates to previously released datasets were made available this quarter: * Developmental Victimization Survey (DVS) (Dataset #126) * First Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-1) (Dataset #134) * Second Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-2) (Dataset #159) If you missed the opportunity to download an update, you can request to receive it by emailing NDACANcornell.edu with ‘request data update’ in the subject line and the dataset(s) name, number, and your contact information in the message. 2022 SUMMER RESEARCH INSTITUTE NDACAN’s Summer Research Institute (SRI) is a multi-day, online distance learning event that promotes the use of Archive datasets and encourages publication of research findings. The 30th SRI will be held on June 2, June 3, June 6, and June 7, 2022. Users of NDACAN data may apply for the SRI and, after a selective review process, a group of up to 20 scholars will be invited to participate. NDACAN encourages applications from advanced graduate students, post-docs, early-career faculty, and other researchers. NDACAN staff and SRI participants will convene online during the specified days for a series of virtual meetings. All applicants must be prepared to dedicate the period of the SRI to their project and to engage fully in the online activities. Visit https://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/summer-institute/sri-general-information.cfm for more information about the SRI and to download the application. The 2022 application submission deadline is March 15th, 2022. MONTHLY OFFICE HOURS NDACAN will be continuing its monthly Office Hours through Spring 2022. Office Hours take place from 11am to 12pm EST on the 4th Friday of each month. The events are an opportunity to chat with our team and other data users in an informal setting and ask questions about our datasets, with 30 minutes of open time and 30 minutes of dedicated time to a special visitor or theme. Please visit the https://www.ndacan.acf.hhs.gov/events/events.cfmEvents page of our website for forthcoming themes and register here to attend the free events. If you are not able to attend an Office Hours event or need more formal support, remember you are always welcome to submit dataset questions to NDACANsupportcornell.edu . Upcoming Office Hours include: * January 28th: SRI Informational and Q&A * Presenters: Dr. Christopher Wildeman & Dr. Erin McCauley * February 25th: Publishing with NDACAN data: Panel with experienced users * Panelists: Dr. Svetlana Shpiegel, Dr. Youngmin Yi, and Dr. Brett Drake * March 25th: Workshop on SCAN data and potential applications to study disparities * Presenters: Sarah Sernaker & Dr. Erin McCauley * April 22nd: Data user flash talks * Presenters: TBD, if interested in presenting please contact us at erin.mccauleyucsf.edu ! * May 27th: Using NDACAN data for teaching and learning * Presenter: Dr. Ivis King 2021 NDACAN SUMMER TRAINING WEBINAR SERIES All six sessions of the 2021 Summer Training Webinar Series called “Data Strategies in the Study of Child Welfare” are available online with video recordings, slides, and transcripts. They can be accessed on the NDACAN website at https://www.ndacan.acf.hhs.gov/events/2021-summer-webinars/2021-summer-webinars-listing.cfm. The upcoming 2022 Summer Training Webinar Series will be announced shortly. CALL FOR DATA USERS TO SEND CITATIONS NDACAN maintains a reference list of scholarly work produced using Archive data. You can access the Child Abuse and Neglect Digital Library (canDL) from our canDL Bibliography page. Please visit the canDL to see if your publications using Archive data are included and contact us if you have references to add (NDACANsupportcornell.edu ). When submitting citations, please be sure to include the doi link. Featured Publications: Follow us on Twitter NDACAN_CU to see recent publications posted by us and members of the child maltreatment research community who are using NDACAN data. Researchers who publish articles based upon NDACAN data are encouraged to tag us NDACAN_CU , include a clickable link to the article by including "https://doi.org/" in front of the doi number, and hashtag the dataset abbreviation and/or number (#NCANDS, #NYTD, #DS223, etc.). Featured publications include: * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Alwash, N. M., & Palusci, V. J. (2022). Factors related to medical neglect recurrence and foster care and adoption services. Child Abuse & Neglect, 123, 105378. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.105378 * National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) McCauley, E. (2021). Differential risks: How disability shapes risk in the transition to adulthood for youth who age out of foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 106293. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2021.106293 * Longitudinal Studies on Child Abuse and Neglect (LONGSCAN) Kysar-Moon, A. (2021). Adverse childhood experiences, family social capital, and externalizing behavior problems: An analysis across multiple ecological levels. Journal of Family Issues, 0192513X2110428. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X211042849 FORTHCOMING DATASETS * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Agency File, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #254), version 1 * National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS) Child File, FFY 2020 by the Children's Bureau (Dataset #253), version 1 * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Kansas Intensive Permanency Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #224 & 231) * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Washoe SAFE-FC Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #249 & 250) * Permanency Innovation Initiative (PII): The Illinois Target Project (Restricted & General Releases) by Westat (Datasets #251 & 252) STAY CONNECTED TO #NDACAN For the latest updates on NDACAN activities, make sure to follow us on Twitter NDACAN_CU . In addition to recent data release announcements, you can see reminders about our various user support services. The well-being of children is especially crucial in our current times. This is why we curate our NDACAN Twitter content to reflect the status quo and potential uses of NDACAN data holdings for both child welfare researchers and practitioners. Whether it is a recent publication or presentation, make sure to tweet NDACAN_CU to share the various ways that NDACAN is advancing the field of child welfare research. CALL FOR DATASETS Research has demonstrated an increased citation rate for publications whose investigators share data. Depositing your data with NDACAN can facilitate long-term preservation and provide researchers access to your data for secondary analysis. The Archive is seeking quantitative datasets to add to our collection. Please contact us (NDACANsupportcornell.edu ) if you have data or know of data that would benefit researchers or check out the Contribute Data page of our website. Are you a member of our Child Maltreatment Research List Serve (CMRL)? The Archive moderates an e-mail list for discussions of research issues relevant to child abuse and neglect. To subscribe or to alter your subscription, visit our CMRL page. This notice is sent to all users of Archive data and to active members of our mailing list. If you would like to be removed from our mailing list, please contact aa17cornell.edu . NDACAN is a project of the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research located in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect is a service of the Children’s Bureau | Administration for Children and Families | U.S. Department of Health and Human Services