Recent journal articles include:
Rutman, D. & Hubberstey, C. (2020). Cross-sectoral collaboration working with perinatal women who use substances: Outcomes and lessons from HerWay Home. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 20(3), 179-193. https://doi.org/10.1080/1533256X.2020.1793068
Rutman, D., Hubberstey, C., Poole, N., Schmidt, R., Van Bibber, M. (2020) Multi-service prevention programs for pregnant and parenting women with substance use and multiple vulnerabilities: Program structure and clients’ perspectives on wraparound programming, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 20(441). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-020-03109-1
Hubberstey, C., Rutman, D., Schmidt, R., Van Bibber, M., Poole, N. (2019). Multi-Service Programs for Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Concerns: Women’s Perspectives on Why They Seek Help and Their Significant Changes. International journal of environmental research and public health, 16(18), 3299. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16183299
Rutman, D., & Hubberstey, C. (2019) National Evaluation of Canadian Multi-Service FASD Prevention Programs: Interim Findings from the Co-Creating Evidence Study, International journal of environmental research and public health, 16(10), 1767. https://doi:10.3390/ijerph16101767
Hubberstey, C., & Rutman, D. (2020) HerWay Home Program for Pregnant and Parenting Women Using Substances: A Brief Social Return on Investment Analysis, Canadian Journal of Addiction, 11(3), 6–14. DOI: 10.1097/CXA.0000000000000086
Rutman, D. & Hubberstey, C. (2018). Fostering educational success of children and youth in care: Perspectives of youth with experience living in care, Children and Youth Services Review, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.10.022
Rutman, D. & Hubberstey, C. (2016). Is anybody there? Informal supports accessed and sought by youth from foster care, Children and Youth Services Review, 63, 21-27. https://www.uvic.ca/hsd/socialwork/assets/docs/misc/Is%20Anybody%20There%20article%20Feb%202016.pdf
Rutman, D., Hubberstey, C., Poole, N., Hume, S. & Van Bibber, M. (2015). Developing and using a common framework to evaluate FASD programs: Results of a three-year Canadian project, International Journal of Mental Health and Addictions, 13(5), DOI 10.1007/s11469-015-9597-3
Hubberstey, C., Rutman, D., & Hume, S., Van Bibber, M & Poole, N. (2015). Toward an evaluation framework for community-based FASD prevention programs, Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, 30, 79-89. https://evaluationcanada.ca/secure/30-1-079_TPEDMSJXBP.pdf
Rutman, D., Poole, N., Hume, S., Hubberstey, C. & Van Bibber, M. (2014). Building a framework for evaluation of FASD prevention and support programs: A collaborative Canadian project, International Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research(3) 1, 81-89 doi:10.7895/ijadr.v3i1.122 .
Hubberstey, C., Rutman, D., & Hume, S. (2014) Evaluation of a Three-Year Youth Outreach Program for Aboriginal Youth with FASD. International Journal of Drug and Alcohol Research(3) 1, 63-70, http://www.ijadr.org/index.php/ijadr/article/view/124
Rutman, D. (2013). Voices of women living with FASD: Perspectives on promising approaches in substance use treatment, programs and care. First People’s Child and Family Review/Journal of Developmental Disabilities Special Issue on FASD, 8 (1), 107-121. https://fncaringsociety.com/sites/default/files/FPCFR%20journal%208(1)%202013_1.pdf
Rutman, D. & Hubberstey, C. (2011). Knock, Knock, Who’s There…for Youth? The Experience of Support When Aging Out of Foster Care. In K. Kufeldt & B. McKenzie (Eds), Child Welfare: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice, Second Edition. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
Rutman, D., Hubberstey, C. & Hume, S. (2011) British Columbia’s Key Worker and Parent Support Program: Evaluation Highlights and Implications for Practice and Policy. In P. Riley, S. Clarren, J. Weinberg, and Egon Jonsson (Eds), Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Management and Policy Perspectives of FASD(pp. 297-316). Weinham, Germany: Wiley-Blackwell
Selected recent presentations include:
Rutman, D.,Hubberstey, C., & Van Bibber, M. (2020) Benefits of Wraparound, Multi-service Community-Based Programs. Presentation for the Learning and Acting Together Perinatal Substance Use Webinar Series – Webinar #2, September, 2020.
Rutman, D.,Hubberstey, C., Van Bibber, M., & Poole, N. (2019) Reaching pregnant women who use substances and face other health and social challenges: Findings from a national evaluation of multi-service programs. Presentation at the Issues of Substance Use conference, Ottawa, November 2019.
Rutman, D. (2018). FASD-informed approaches: Strengthening practice and programs working with children, youth and adults living with FASD. Presentation at Eusarf 2018 Porto – XV International, Porto, Portugal, October 2018.
Rutman, D.,Hubberstey, C. & Poole, N. (2018) Evaluation of HerWay Home: Promising approaches and outcomes of an FASD prevention program for substance using women with complex issues. Presentation at the 4th European conference on FASD, Berlin, September 2018.
Rutman, D. &Hubberstey, C. Demonstrating the value of support for former youth in care: How evaluation informed program planning and implementation, and advocacy for systemic change related to youth who age out of foster care Presentation at the Canadian Evaluation Society conference, Vancouver, BC, May 1-3 2017.
Rutman, D.,Hubberstey, C., Poole, N. & Seymour, A. Phase 1 Evaluation of HerWay Home: Evaluation Highlights, Promising Approaches and Lessons Learned. Poster presentation at the 7th International Conference on FASD: Research: Results and Relevance Integrating Research Policy and Promising Practice around the World, Vancouver, BC, March 1-4, 2017.
Rutman, D. & Hubberstey, C. (October 4, 2016). Fostering Success: Improving Educational Outcomes for Youth in/from Care. Invited Webinar presented to PART (Practice and Research Together).
Rutman, D., Hubberstey, C., Hume, S., Van Bibber, M & Poole, N. (October 2014). Evaluating FASD prevention and support programs: How value-based program evaluation supports planning, practice, and program implementation. Paper presentation at 3rd European Conference on FASD, Rome Italy October 20-22, 2014.
Rutman, D., Poole, N., Hume, S., Van Bibber, M & Hubberstey, C. (October 2012). Toward an Evaluation Framework for Community-based FASD prevention and support program. Poster presentation at 2nd European Conference on FASD, Barcelona October 20-22, 2012.
Rutman, D. (2011). Substance Using Women with FASD and FASD Prevention: Promising Practices for Substance Use Treatment and Care. Poster presented at Issues of Substance conference (national conference of the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse), Vancouver, BC.
Nota Bene Consulting Group in partnership with the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (2020) Co-Creating Evidence Evaluation Report: Stories and Outcomes of Wraparound Program Reaching Pregnant and Parenting Women at Risk (pdf attached)
Nota Bene Consulting Group in partnership with the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (2020) Co-Creating Evidence Evaluation Report: Stories and Outcomes of Wraparound Program Reaching Pregnant and Parenting Women at Risk [Executive Summary] (pdf attached)