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John Davidson Fluke

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-PEDS
Phone303/864-5219

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         (John Fluke)Oct 1, 2019 - Sep 30, 2023
    Administration for Children and Families
    Evaluation of Washington State's Permanency from Day 1
    Role Description: To understand if interventions designed to facilitate timely child permanency for dependent children are effective
    Role: PI

    R25HD094660     (RUNYAN, DESMOND KIMO)Jul 14, 2018 - Jun 30, 2023
    NIH
    The Kempe Graduate Summer Program in Child Abuse and Neglect
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

         (Lil Tonmyr)Mar 1, 2018 - Feb 28, 2022
    Government of the Northwest Territories/Public Health Agency of Canada
    Pan Northern Data Project, Health & Social Services, Territorial Social Programs, Northwest Territories Phase III
    Role Description: Provide support to develop a child welfare administrative data system for the three Canadian territories (Northwest, Nunavut, and Yukon)
    Role: Senior Consultant

         (Michelle Graef)Oct 1, 2017 - Sep 30, 2021
    Administration for Children and Families, USDHHS
    The Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD
    Role Description: The project is focused on identifying child welfare workforce interventions that improve workforce interventions.
    Role: Seniore Evaluator

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    1. Middel F, López López M, Fluke J, Grietens H. Racial/ethnic and gender disparities in child protection decision-making: What role do stereotypes play? Child Abuse Negl. 2022 05; 127:105579. PMID: 35299132.
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    2. Johnson-Motoyama M, Ginther DK, Phillips R, Beer OWJ, Merkel-Holguin L, Fluke J. Differential Response and the Reduction of Child Maltreatment and Foster Care Services Utilization in the U.S. From 2004 to 2017. Child Maltreat. 2022 Jan 21; 10775595211065761. PMID: 35062827.
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    3. Antwi-Boasiako K, Fallon B, King B, Trocmé N, Fluke J. Understanding the overrepresentation of Black children in Ontario's child welfare system: Perspectives from child welfare workers and community service providers. Child Abuse Negl. 2022 01; 123:105425. PMID: 34890960.
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    4. Antwi-Boasiako K, Fallon B, King B, Trocmé N, Fluke J. Addressing the overrepresentation of Black children in Ontario's child welfare system: insights from child welfare workers and community service providers. Child Abuse Negl. 2022 01; 123:105423. PMID: 34871923.
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    5. Drake B, Fluke JD, Kim H, Orsi R, Stubblefield JL. What Proportion of Foster Care Children Do Not Have Child Protective Services Reports? A Preliminary Look. Child Maltreat. 2022 11; 27(4):596-604. PMID: 34308682.
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    6. Xu Y, He N, Lu W, Fluke J. Understanding factors associated with barefoot social workers' decision making in assessing and reporting child physical abuse in China. Child Abuse Negl. 2021 10; 120:105177. PMID: 34271341.
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    7. Brown SM, Orsi R, Chen PCB, Everson CL, Fluke J. The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Child Protection System Referrals and Responses in Colorado, USA. Child Maltreat. 2022 02; 27(1):3-11. PMID: 33896229.
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    8. Esposito T, Chabot M, Trocmé N, Fluke JD, Delaye A, Caldwell J, Hélie S, King B, De La Sablonnière-Griffin M, Mackrell L. Recurrent involvement with the Quebec child protection system for reasons of neglect: A longitudinal clinical population study. Child Abuse Negl. 2021 01; 111:104823. PMID: 33272647.
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    9. Fallon B, Lefebvre R, Filippelli J, Joh-Carnella N, Trocmé N, Carradine J, Fluke J. Major findings from the Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect 2018. Child Abuse Negl. 2021 01; 111:104778. PMID: 33162106.
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    10. Fluke JD, Tonmyr L, Gray J, Bettencourt Rodrigues L, Bolter F, Cash S, Jud A, Meinck F, Casas Muñoz A, O'Donnell M, Pilkington R, Weaver L. Child maltreatment data: A summary of progress, prospects and challenges. Child Abuse Negl. 2021 09; 119(Pt 1):104650. PMID: 32861435.
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    11. Antwi-Boasiako K, King B, Fallon B, Trocmé N, Fluke J, Chabot M, Esposito T. Differences and disparities over time: Black and White families investigated by Ontario's child welfare system. Child Abuse Negl. 2020 09; 107:104618. PMID: 32653746.
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    12. Liel C, Ulrich SM, Lorenz S, Eickhorst A, Fluke J, Walper S. Risk factors for child abuse, neglect and exposure to intimate partner violence in early childhood: Findings in a representative cross-sectional sample in Germany. Child Abuse Negl. 2020 08; 106:104487. PMID: 32447140.
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    13. Middel F, López López M, Fluke J, Grietens H. The effects of migrant background and parent gender on child protection decision-making: An intersectional analysis. Child Abuse Negl. 2020 06; 104:104479. PMID: 32259710.
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    14. Corwin, T. W., Maher, E. J., Merkel-Holguin, L., Allan, H., Hollinshead, D. M., & Fluke, J. D. . ). Increasing social support for child welfare-involved families through family group conferencing. The British Journal of Social Work. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcz036. 2019.
    15. Smith, C., Fallon, B., Fluke, J.D., Mishna F. and Pierce, B D. Organizational structure and the ongoing service decision: the influence of role specialization and service integration. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance. DOI: 10.1080/23303131.2019.1661928. 2019.
    16. Fluke JD, Harlaar N, Brown B, Heisler K, Merkel-Holguin L, Darnell A. Differential Response and Children Re-Reported to Child Protective Services: County Data From the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS). Child Maltreat. 2019 05; 24(2):127-136. PMID: 30522344.
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    17. Lwin K, Fluke J, Trocmé N, Fallon B, Mishna F. Ongoing child welfare services: Understanding the relationship of worker and organizational characteristics to service provision. Child Abuse Negl. 2018 06; 80:324-334. PMID: 29684826.
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    18. Lwin K, Fallon B, Trocmé N, Fluke J, Mishna F. A changing child welfare workforce: What worker characteristics are valued in child welfare? Child Abuse Negl. 2018 07; 81:170-180. PMID: 29747064.
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    19. Schwab-Reese LM, Hovdestad W, Tonmyr L, Fluke J. The potential use of social media and other internet-related data and communications for child maltreatment surveillance and epidemiological research: Scoping review and recommendations. Child Abuse Negl. 2018 11; 85:187-201. PMID: 29366596.
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    20. Stoddart, J., Fallon, B., Trocme, N. and Fluke, J. . Is there risk to risk? An exploration of the factors that predict workers' determination of future risk of maltreatment and how these factors compare to incidents of substantiated maltreatment. Children and Youth Services Review. 87 1-8. DOI · 10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.01.018. 2018.
    21. Smith C, Fluke J, Fallon B, Mishna F, Decker Pierce B. Child welfare organizations: Do specialization and service integration impact placement decisions? Child Abuse Negl. 2018 02; 76:573-582. PMID: 28982609.
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    22. Hollinshead DM, Corwin TW, Maher EJ, Merkel-Holguin L, Allan H, Fluke JD. Effectiveness of family group conferencing in preventing repeat referrals to child protective services and out-of-home placements. Child Abuse Negl. 2017 Jul; 69:285-294. PMID: 28549264.
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    23. Nikolova, K., Lwin, K., Fluke, J. Attitudes on the responsibility for child safety: key child protection worker characteristics. Journal of Public Child Welfare 3(11) 318-338. 2017.
    24. Smith, C., Fluke, J., Fallon, B., Mishna, F., and Pierce, B. D. Role specialization and service integration in child welfare: Does organizational structure influence the decision to refer to supportive services? Children and Youth Services Review, 82, 139–148. 2017.
    25. Almuneef M, Hollinshead D, Saleheen H, AlMadani S, Derkash B, AlBuhairan F, Al-Eissa M, Fluke J. Adverse childhood experiences and association with health, mental health, and risky behavior in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Child Abuse Negl. 2016 Oct; 60:10-17. PMID: 27662614.
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    26. Al-Eissa MA, Saleheen HN, AlMadani S, AlBuhairan FS, Weber A, Fluke JD, Almuneef M, Casillas KL. Determining prevalence of maltreatment among children in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Child Care Health Dev. 2016 07; 42(4):565-71. PMID: 26879326.
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    27. Fluke, J.D., Corwin, T. W., Hollinshead, D., Maher, E. J. . Family preservation or child safety? how experience and position shape child welfare workers’ perspectives. Children and Youth Services Review 69 210-218. 2016.
    28. Leeb RT, Fluke JD. Child maltreatment surveillance: enumeration, monitoring, evaluation and insight. Health Promot Chronic Dis Prev Can. 2015 Oct-Nov; 35(8-9):138-40. PMID: 26605561.
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    29. López M, Fluke JD, Benbenishty R, Knorth EJ. Commentary on decision-making and judgments in child maltreatment prevention and response: An overview. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Nov; 49:1-11. PMID: 26344615.
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    30. Wittenstrom K, Baumann DJ, Fluke J, Graham JC, James J. The impact of drugs, infants, single mothers, and relatives on reunification: A Decision-Making Ecology approach. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Nov; 49:86-96. PMID: 26298306.
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    31. Fallon B, Chabot M, Fluke J, Blackstock C, Sinha V, Allan K, MacLaurin B. Exploring alternate specifications to explain agency-level effects in placement decisions regarding Aboriginal children: Further analysis of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect Part C. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Nov; 49:97-106. PMID: 25943285.
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    32. Dettlaff AJ, Christopher Graham J, Holzman J, Baumann DJ, Fluke JD. Development of an instrument to understand the child protective services decision-making process, with a focus on placement decisions. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Nov; 49:24-34. PMID: 25913382.
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    33. Graham JC, Dettlaff AJ, Baumann DJ, Fluke JD. The Decision Making Ecology of placing a child into foster care: A structural equation model. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Nov; 49:12-23. PMID: 25861871.
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    34. Williams, J., Merkel-Holguin, L., Allan, H., Maher, E., Fluke, J., and Hollinshead, D., . Factors associated with staff perceptions of the effectiveness of family group conferences. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research. 2015.
    35. Hollinshead, D., Kim, S., Fluke, J., and Merkel-Holguin, L. The Influence of Family, Agency, and Caseworker Dynamics on Caregivers’ Satisfaction with their Child Protective Services Intervention. Journal of Public Child Welfare. 2015.
    36. Merkel-Holguin L, Hollinshead DM, Hahn AE, Casillas KL, Fluke JD. The influence of differential response and other factors on parent perceptions of child protection involvement. Child Abuse Negl. 2015 Jan; 39:18-31. PMID: 25499559.
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    37. Jud A, Fluke J, Alink LR, Allan K, Fallon B, Kindler H, Lee BJ, Mansell J, van Puyenbroek H. On the nature and scope of reported child maltreatment in high-income countries: opportunities for improving the evidence base. Paediatr Int Child Health. 2013 Nov; 33(4):207-15. PMID: 24070016.
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    38. Putnam-Hornstein E, Wood JN, Fluke J, Yoshioka-Maxwell A, Berger RP. Preventing severe and fatal child maltreatment: making the case for the expanded use and integration of data. Child Welfare. 2013; 92(2):59-75. PMID: 24199323.
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    39. Fluke, J., Merkel-Holguin, L. and Schene, P. . Thinking differentially: a response to issues in differential response. Research on Social Work Practice. 23(5) 545-9. 2013.
    40. Gyamfi, P; Lichtenstein, C; Fluke, J; Xu, Y; Lee, S; Fisher, S. The relationship between child welfare involvement and mental health outcomes of young children and their caregivers receiving services in system of care communities. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. 2012; 4(20):211-225.
    41. Chabot M, Fallon B, Tonmyr L, MacLaurin B, Fluke J, Blackstock C. Exploring alternate specifications to explain agency-level effects in placement decisions regarding aboriginal children: further analysis of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect Part B. Child Abuse Negl. 2013 Jan; 37(1):61-76. PMID: 23266357.
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    42. Fallon B, Chabot M, Fluke J, Blackstock C, MacLaurin B, Tonmyr L. Placement decisions and disparities among Aboriginal children: further analysis of the Canadian incidence study of reported child abuse and neglect part A: comparisons of the 1998 and 2003 surveys. Child Abuse Negl. 2013 Jan; 37(1):47-60. PMID: 23260121.
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    43. Fluke JD, Goldman PS, Shriberg J, Hillis SD, Yun K, Allison S, Light E. Systems, strategies, and interventions for sustainable long-term care and protection of children with a history of living outside of family care. Child Abuse Negl. 2012 Oct; 36(10):722-31. PMID: 23102720.
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    44. Maholmes V, Fluke JD, Rinehart RD, Huebner G. Protecting children outside of family care in low and middle income countries: what does the evidence say? Child Abuse Negl. 2012 Oct; 36(10):685-8. PMID: 23092938.
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    45. Fallon, B., Trocmé, N., Fluke, J., Van Wert, M., MacLaurin, B., Sinha, V., Helie, Sonia, Turcotte, D. . Responding to child maltreatment in Canada: context for international comparisons. Advances in Mental Health. 2012; 1(11):76 - 86.
    46. Gilbert R, Fluke J, O'Donnell M, Gonzalez-Izquierdo A, Brownell M, Gulliver P, Janson S, Sidebotham P. Child maltreatment: variation in trends and policies in six developed countries. Lancet. 2012 Feb 25; 379(9817):758-72. PMID: 22169108.
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    47. Drake B, Jolley JM, Lanier P, Fluke J, Barth RP, Jonson-Reid M. Racial bias in child protection? A comparison of competing explanations using national data. Pediatrics. 2011 Mar; 127(3):471-8. PMID: 21300678.
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    48. Detlaff, A., Rivaux, S., Baumann, D. J., Fluke, J.D., & Rycraft, J. R. Disentangling substantiation: the influence of race, income, and risk on the substantiation decision in child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review. 2011; 9(33):1630-1637.
    49. Fallon B, Trocmé N, Fluke J, MacLaurin B, Tonmyr L, Yuan YY. Methodological challenges in measuring child maltreatment. Child Abuse Negl. 2010 Jan; 34(1):70-9. PMID: 20053453.
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    50. Fluke JD, Chabot M, Fallon B, MacLaurin B, Blackstock C. Placement decisions and disparities among aboriginal groups: an application of the decision making ecology through multi-level analysis. Child Abuse Negl. 2010 Jan; 34(1):57-69. PMID: 20056276.
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    51. AlEissa MA, Fluke JD, Gerbaka B, Goldbeck L, Gray J, Hunter N, Madrid B, Van Puyenbroeck B, Richards I, Tonmyr L. A commentary on national child maltreatment surveillance systems: Examples of progress. Child Abuse Negl. 2009 Nov; 33(11):809-14. PMID: 19854510.
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    52. Fluke JD, Oppenheim E. Getting a grip on systems of care and child welfare using opposable thumbs. Eval Program Plann. 2010 Feb; 33(1):41-4. PMID: 19552956.
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    53. Fluke J. Allegory of the cave: on the theme of substantiation. Child Maltreat. 2009 Feb; 14(1):69-72. PMID: 19126887.
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    54. Fluke JD. Child protective services rereporting and recurrence--context and considerations regarding research. Child Abuse Negl. 2008 Aug; 32(8):749-51. PMID: 18657316.
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    55. Fluke JD, Shusterman GR, Hollinshead DM, Yuan YY. Longitudinal analysis of repeated child abuse reporting and victimization: multistate analysis of associated factors. Child Maltreat. 2008 Feb; 13(1):76-88. PMID: 18174350.
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    56. Schoech, D., Basham, R., & Fluke, J.D. A technology enhanced EBP model. Evidence-Based Social Work. 2006; 3/4(3):55-72.
    57. Schoech, D., Fluke, J.D., Basham, R., Baumann, D. J., & Cochran, G. . Visualizing multilevel agency data using olap technology: An illustration and lessons learned. Journal of Technology in Human Services. 2004; 4(22):93-111.
    58. Schene, P., Caffaro, J., & Fluke, J. . The importance of assessment in child welfare. Policy & Practice. 2004; 4(62):93-111.
    59. Fluke, J.D., Yuan, Y.T., Hedderson, J., & Curtis, P. A. Children and Youth Services Review. Disproportionate representation of race and ethnicity in child maltreatment: Investigation and victimization. 2003; 5/6(25):359–373.
    60. Tooman, G., & Fluke, J. D. Beyond caseload: What workload studies can tell us about enduring issues in the workplace. Protecting Children. 2002; 3(17):48-59.
    61. Fluke, J., Parry, C., Shapiro, P., Hollinshead, D., & Bollenbacher, V. The case on unsubstantiated cases. Policy & Practice. 2002; 3(60):16-22.
    62. Fluke J, Edwards M, Bussey M, Wells S, Johnson W. Reducing recurrence in child protective services: impact of a targeted safety protocol. Child Maltreat. 2001 Aug; 6(3):207-18. PMID: 11471628.
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    63. Fluke JD, Edwards M, Kutzler P, Kuna J, Tooman G. Safety, permanency, and in-home services: applying administrative data. Child Welfare. 2000 Sep-Oct; 79(5):573-95. PMID: 11021348.
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    64. Fluke JD, Yuan YY, Edwards M. Recurrence of maltreatment: an application of the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS). Child Abuse Negl. 1999 Jul; 23(7):633-50. PMID: 10442829.
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    65. Poertner, J., Bussey, M., Fluke, J. Children and Youth Services Review. How safe are out-of-home placements?. 1999; 7(21):549-563.
    66. Wells, S.J., Fluke, J., D., & Brown, C. H. . The decision to investigate: Child protection practice in 12 local agencies. Children and Youth Services Review. 1995; 4(17):523-535.
    67. Nassar R, Fluke J. Pet population dynamics and community planning for animal welfare and animal control. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1991 Apr 01; 198(7):1160-4. PMID: 2045334.
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    68. Wells, S.J., Downing, J., & Fluke, J.D. Responding to reports of child abuse and neglect. Children & Youth Services Review. 1991; 2(15):63-72.
    69. Downing, J. D., Wells, S. J., & Fluke, J. . Gatekeeping in child protective services: a survey of screening policies. Child Welfare. 1990; 4(LXIX ):357-369.
    70. Wells, S.J., Stein, T.J., Fluke , J., & Downing, J. Screening in child protective services. Social Work. 1989; 1(34):45 48.
    71. Fluke, J., Edwards, M., and Stith, R. The cost of child protective services. Protecting Children. 1989; 3(6):25 29.
    72. Fluke, J. & O'Beirne, G. . Artificial intelligence: An aide in child protective service caseload control systems. Artificial intelligence: An aide in child protective service caseload control systems. 1989; (4):101 109.
    73. Fluke, J.D., & O'Beirne, G. Prospects for artificial intelligence in cps reorganization efforts. Protecting Children. 1988; 4(4):7-10.
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