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Mon, May 7, 2018, noon: Student Forum on Educational Inequality

Brian E. Perron

Funded Research:

Child Welfare Analytics Casey Program (Casey Family Program Foundation)

Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA) IV-E Waiver Project Evaluation (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA) IV-E Waiver Project Evaluation (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Child Welfare Analytics (Management and Budget, Department of)

Child and Adolescent Data (CADL) Lab Equity and Education (Kellogg)

Illinois Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center (HRSA,HHS)

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) (Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS))

Medical marijuana: Longitudinal trajectories in use, pain and functioning (NIDA)

Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.

Associate Professor, School of Social Work.

Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis

Dr. Perron's research focuses on mental disorders and addiction, emphasizing services, clinical epidemiology, and measurement. In recent work he explores the effective use of administrative data to improve service delivery and other business processes in service organizations.

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Books

Gillespie, David F., and Brian E. Perron. 2015. Key Concepts in Measurement. New York: Oxford University Press. Abstract.

Ruffolo, Mary C., Brian E. Perron, and Elizabeth Harbeck Voshel. 2015. Direct Social Work Practice: Theories and Skills for Becoming an Evidence-Based Practitioner. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Abstract.

Journal Articles

Bushman, Gregory, Bryan G. Victor, Joseph P. Ryan, and Brian E. Perron. Forthcoming. "In Utero Exposure to Opioids: An Observational Study of Mothers Involved in the Child Welfare System." Substance Use & Misuse. DOI. Abstract.

Mowbray, Orion, Bryan G. Victor, Joseph P. Ryan, Andrew Moore, and Brian E. Perron. Forthcoming. "Parental Substance Use and Foster Care Reentry." Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. DOI. Abstract.

Perron, Brian E., Bryan G. Victor, David R. Hodge, Christopher P. Salas-Wright, Michael G. Vaughn, and Robert J. Taylor. Forthcoming. "Laying the Foundations for Scientometric Research: A Data Science Approach." Research on Social Work Practice. DOI. Abstract.

Victor, Bryan G., David R. Hodge, Brian E. Perron, Michael G. Vaughn, and Christopher P. Salas-Wright. Forthcoming. "The Rise of Co-Authorship in Social Work Scholarship: A Longitudinal Study of Collaboration and Article Quality, 1989-2013." The British Journal of Social Work. DOI. Abstract.

Victor, Bryan G., Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, Joseph P. Ryan, Brian E. Perron, and Terri Ticknor Gilbert. 2018. "Domestic violence, parental substance misuse and the decision to substantiate child maltreatment." Child Abuse & Neglect, 79: 31-41. DOI. Abstract.

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