Ida Drury
Ida Drury
Assistant Professor, University of Colorado
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Achieving social equity: From problems to solutions
ME Guy, SA McCandless
Melvin & Leigh, 2020
" Oh, this is actually okay": Understanding how one state child welfare training system adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic
LM Schwab-Reese, I Drury, H Allan, K Matz
Child Abuse & Neglect 110, 104697, 2020
Reliable and valid: A procedure for establishing item-level interrater reliability for child maltreatment risk and safety assessments
R Orsi, IJ Drury, MJ Mackert
Children and youth services review 43, 58-66, 2014
Answering the big questions about differential response in Colorado: Safety and cost outcomes from a randomized controlled trial
M Winokur, R Ellis, I Drury, J Rogers
Child Abuse & Neglect 39, 98-108, 2015
Nothing about me without me: Children and young people's experiences with family group conferences
L Merkel‐Holguin, L Schwab‐Reese, I Drury, H Allan, D Hollinshead
Child & Family Social Work 25 (1), 27-36, 2020
Structures of oppression in the US child welfare system: Reflections on administrative barriers to equity
L Merkel-Holguin, I Drury, C Gibley-Reed, A Lara, M Jihad, K Grint, ...
Societies 12 (1), 26, 2022
Trends in nonprofit employment
JC Ronquillo, A Miller, I Drury
The Nonprofit Human Resource Management Handbook, 29-43, 2017
The impact of worker and agency characteristics on FGC referrals in child welfare
H Allan, N Harlaar, D Hollinshead, I Drury, L Merkel-Holguin
Children and Youth Services Review 81, 229-237, 2017
Performance Management for Wicked Problems: Reflections from Child Welfare's Front Line
I Drury
Administrative Theory & Praxis 36 (3), 398-411, 2014
Reflections on tenure, the two-body problem, and retention in the 21st century academy
SJ Larson, A Miller, I Drury
Journal of Public Affairs Education 26 (4), 506-530, 2020
Exploring emotional labor in child welfare using frontline stories
I Drury
Administrative Theory & Praxis 40 (4), 342-356, 2018
How can differential response inform a public health approach to child maltreatment prevention?
L Merkel-Holguin, T Fuller, M Winokur, I Drury, B Lonne
Re-visioning public health approaches for protecting children, 181-196, 2019
Colorado year 1 site visit final report
M Winokur, I Drury, K Batchelder, S Mace, J Amell, K Bundy-Fazioli, ...
Colorado State University, College of Health and Human Sciences, School of …, 2012
Trauma-Informed Public Management: A Step Toward Addressing Hidden Inequalities and Improving Employee Wellbeing
A Miller, MB Trochmann, I Drury
Public Administration Quarterly 46 (3), 238-257, 2022
Working Towards Prevention for Families At-Risk of Child Maltreatment—Meeting Families’ Needs through Community Response in Colorado
H Allan, L Merkel-Holguin, M Winokur, I Drury
International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice, 1-27, 2023
I’m From the Government and I’m Here to Help: How Can Public Health Perspectives Improve Outreach in Child Maltreatment Prevention Programs?
I Drury, L Schwab Reese, H Allan
Journal of public child welfare 13 (2), 127-147, 2019
Bureaucratic Constraints and Street Level Performance of Emotional Labor
IJ Drury
University of Colorado at Denver, 2019
Evaluating child protection services caseworker training using simulated families
L Schwab-Reese, A Tamulonis, I Drury
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 2018
111 Reflections on tenure, the two-body problem, and retention in the 21st century academy
SJ Larson, A Miller, I Drury
Work-Life Balance in Higher Education, 111-135, 0
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