Organization profile

Organization profile

The Children, Youth and Family Consortium was established during the Fall of 1991 to build the capacity of the University of Minnesota and Minnesota communities to use research to inform policy and enhance practice to improve the well-being of Minnesota's children, youth and families.

Core Functions

  1. Generate knowledge - CYFC recruits faculty and students of diverse disciplines to conduct research responsive to community defined needs.

  2. Catalyze research - CYFC brings together faculty of diverse disciplines and community members to explore research partnerships and provides grant writing support, ongoing coordination of collaborations and assistance in disseminating findings to public, practitioner and policy audiences.

  3. Translate research - CYFC uses a variety of mechanisms, such as web and print communication, events and seminars to provide audiences with research-based information in a manner that is accessible and applicable to their work.

  4. Policy education - CYFC works with the Minnesota legislature and other policy makers to bring research to decision-makers and to encourage an evidence-based approach to policy-making and implementation.

Fingerprint Dive into the research topics where Children, Youth, and Families Consortium is active. These topic labels come from the works of this organization's members. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

parent education Social Sciences
parents Social Sciences
educator Social Sciences
Pregnancy Medicine & Life Sciences
Mothers Medicine & Life Sciences
learning theory Social Sciences
resources Social Sciences
Internet Social Sciences

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Profiles

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Cari C Michaels

Person: Extension Education

20082009

Projects 2008 2015

child education
child welfare
learning
community

Facilitation of Recommendations for Office of Early Lear

Cadigan, K.

MN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

10/15/101/15/11

Project: Research project

learning

Family Impact Policy Initiative

Cadigan, K.

OTTO BREMER TRUST

11/15/0811/14/09

Project: Research project

Research Output 2014 2015

2 Citations (Scopus)

Functional and Anatomic Consequences of Diabetic Pregnancy on Memory in Ten-Year-Old Children

Jabès, A., Thomas, K. M., Langworthy, S. E., Georgieff, M. K. & Nelson, C. A., Sep 12 2015, In : Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 36, 7, p. 529-535 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pregnancy
Mothers
Hippocampus
Child Development
Diabetes Mellitus

Pinterest for parent education

Routh, B., Langworthy, S. & Jastram, H., Jan 1 2014, In : Journal of Extension. 52, 5, 5IAW1.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

parent education
parents
educator
learning theory
resources