PAP Presentation for the Little Rock City Planning Meeting
Brandy Dailey will present PAP's Little Rock work at the April Little Rock City Planning Meeting. The discussion's focus will include high-risk areas and the need to address blight and public work issues.
Connecticut Department of Children and Families Presentation
May 19, 2021
Brandy Dailey will present the PAP Program for Connecticut DCF on behalf of St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut, in conjunction with Child Safety Forward: A national initiative to reduce child abuse and neglect fatalities and injuries through a collaborative, community-based approach.
AFMC ACEs Steering Committee Presentation
May 12th, 2021
Brandy Dailey will present the PAP Little Rock, Arkansas Program work and share updates on prevention efforts for the city at the AFMC ACEs Steering Committee meeting.
PAP included in the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Children’s Bureau’s 2021/2022 Prevention Resource Guide
Predict-Align-Prevent is proud to share that our work has been included under Using Community Data To Prevent Child Abuse And Neglect in the 2021/2022 Prevention Resource Guide.
Sacramento County Safe Sleep Baby Education Presentation hosted by Predict-Align-Prevent
March 31, 2021
PAP wishes to thank The Child Abuse Prevention Center who presented their Sacramento County Safe Sleep Baby Education Campaign for the Arkansas Division of Children and Family Services, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Child Safety Forward Domestic Violence Convening
April 8, 2021
Brandy Dailey will present at the Domestic Violence Convening for Child Safety Forward: A national initiative to reduce child abuse and neglect fatalities and injuries through a collaborative, community-based approach
PAP Presentation for the SOS International Give Hope, Get Hope Month Long Event
April 15th - May 15th
Dr. Dyann Daley and Brandy Dailey will present at the SOS Month of Hope event sharing an overview of the PAP Program and addressing the long term effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the individual and society as a whole. Discussion will include how communities can rally to prevent childhood trauma and abuse.
PAP Program Keynote Presentation at the 2021 ICDR Annual Training Conference
April 15, 2021 Little Rock, AR
Brandy Dailey will present the PAP Little Rock Program findings at the 2021 ICDR event, hosted by Arkansas Children's Hospital on April 15th.
Excel by Eight: Predict-Align-Prevent Little Rock Program Presentation
February 23, 2021
Dr. Daley and Brandy Dailey will present the Little Rock PAP Program for Excel by Eight which is focused on building a reliable resource grid, where all Arkansas families and communities have what they need to help children thrive.
Manchester Children’s Initiatives Integration Team Meeting: PAP Program Presentation
April 1, 2021
Brandy Dailey will present the New Hampshire DHHS PAP Program work to the Manchester Children’s Initiatives Integration Team on Thursday, April 1st, 2021
Florida Department of Children and Families Program Presentation
Dec 15, 2020
Dr. Daley has been invited to present the PAP Program for the Florida Department of Children and Families leadership on December 15th, 2020
Greater Hartford Family Advocacy Center, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center: Parent Engagement Presentation
Dec 1, 2020
Dr. Daley will present the Predict-Align-Prevent Model and discuss ACEs with the Greater Hartford Family Advocacy Center's Parent Engagement Group in relation to the Child Safety Forward Department of Justice Project.
Michigan Children's Services Agency Presentation
Dec 15th 2020
Dr. Dyann Daley will present the PAP Program to the Michigan Children's Services Agency Leadership and discuss statewide modeling for child maltreatment risk.
Dr. Dyann Daley Presented with UAMS Dean’s Resident Teaching Award
Dyann was honored by the Graduating residents who presented her with the UAMS Anesthesiology department’s Dean’s Resident Teaching Award for Teaching Excellence.
ONE IN TEN Podcast interview with Dr. Dyann Daley
October 8, 2020
Dr. Daley and Teresa Huizar, Executive Director of the National Children’s Alliance discussed the PAP program and the promise of non-stigmatizing prevention and intervention predictive analytics on the podcast One In Ten.
To listen to the podcast, click here
The 2020 Arkansas Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
October 14th -16th
On October 14th, Dr. Dyann Daley will present an overview of the Predict-Align-Prevent program in Little Rock, focusing on the results of the geospatial and market segmentation analyses and next step plans.
Productive AI Podcast
December 8, 2020
Dr. Daley will be a guest on the podcast Productive AI December 8, 2020 with host Troy Angrignon. They will discuss the PAP Program and how AI is changing our world.
Details can be found at https://productiveai.com/
IPC and Community Engagement Thought Retreat
August 31, 2020 Little Rock, Arkansas
Dr. Dyann Daley will discuss her research work during the Arkansas Children's Hospital collaborative learning session.
Arkansas Children's Research Institute Presentation
August 27, 2020 Little Rock, Arkansas
Dr. Daley will present Predict-Align-Prevent's reasearch findings for the Arkansas Children's Research Institute's members of the board August 27th, 2020. https://www.archildrens.org/research
Tools to Help Eliminate Biases-and Prevent Abuse
August 24, 2020
The National Children’s Alliance referenced Predict-Align-Prevent founder and CEO, Dr. Dyann Daley's work in the review, "Tools to Help Eliminate Biases-and Prevent Abuse" by Teresa Huizar.
2020 MIT AI Conference
July 15, 2020
Dr. Daley presented at the 4th annual 2020 MIT AI Conference.
The focus this year: AI for a Better World. The event explored the ways in which AI is being used to help solve some of the most important problems we face today.
Dyann Daley, subject matter expert for Resilience Health
Dr. Daley has joined Resilience Health's subject matter expert panel as part of a COVID-focused expert network.
The panel includes experts in infectious disease (diagnosis, testing, dynamics), infection protection control, disease surveillance (epidemiology, bioinformatics), decontamination, building protection, and risk management. These experts will develop frameworks to structure an effective COVID response.
National Partnership for Child Safety Virtual Convening
May 13, 2020
Dr. Daley will collaborate at the NPCS Virtual Convening May 13th, organized and presented by Casey Family Programs.
Zero to Three 14th Annual Cross Sites Meeting
August 27, 2020
On August, 27th 2020, Dr. Daley will present at the ZERO TO THREE Annual Cross Sites meeting for child welfare professionals, judges, court personnel, service providers, community coordinators, and other stakeholders.
The Cross Sites meeting provides a national learning community to share ideas and innovative approaches, learn about the latest scientific practices in the field, and discuss child welfare policies and practices for infants and toddlers and their families in the child welfare system.
Twitter Chat: Child Maltreatment Prevention during COVID-19
April 1, 2020 11 am PT / 2 pm ET
Dr. Daley will participate in a Twitter chat on the topic of child maltreatment prevention during COVID-19.
National Peer Learning Team
March 30, 2020
Dr. Daley will present the PAP Program for the Child Maltreatment National Peer Learning Team March 30, 2020. The team is a collaboration between the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and the Program for Injury Prevention, Education and Research (PIPER). It launched in 2017 with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
University of Arkansas Department of Pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital
March 10, 2020 Little Rock, Arkansas
On March 10, Dr. Daley will present her geospatial maltreatment prevention work, Predict-Align-Prevent Place-Based Predictive Analytics in Child Welfare for the UAMS Department of Pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital Grand Rounds.
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities Collaborative
September 10, 2020
Dr. Daley will present Community Level Data Collection & Analysis at the Annual Convening of Child Safety Forward: a National Initiative to Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities and Injuries Through a Collaborative, Community-based Approach
San Diego State University Social Policy Institute
SDSU School of Social Work
February 21, 2020
Dr. Daley will present her work on Place-based Predictive Analytics in Child Welfare to the SDSU Social Policy Institute leadership team on February 21st.
Society for Pediatric Anesthesia 2020 Annual Meeting
October 2, 2020 Washington D.C.
Dr. Daley will present a Pedx ("TED talk") at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia on October 2nd.
Virtual National Children's Alliance 2020 Leadership Conference
December 13-16, 2020 Online
National Children’s Alliance will be hosting its annual Leadership Conference Virtually, December 13th - 16th. This conference aims to provide continuing education, networking opportunities and exposure to innovative programs and ideas for Children’s Advocacy Center leaders. Dr. Daley will be presenting "Predict-Align-Prevent: Addressing Abuse with Everything We've Got" on December 14th from 4 - 5pm EST.
Cook County Health and Rush Children's Hospital Grand Rounds and Workshop
March 24, 2020 Chicago, IL
On March 24th, Dr. Daley will present Grand Rounds for Cook County Health and Rush Children's Hospital.
Children’s Bureau Community Collaborations to Strengthen and Preserve Families: Annual Grantee Meeting
March 5 - 6, 2020 Washington D.C.
Dr. Daley will present on location-based predictive analytics and collective impact at the Children's Bureau Community Collaborations annual grantee meeting. For more information about this project, visit the OPRE website.
ACEs & Resilience Coalition Meeting
February 12, 2020
Dr. Daley will present on the work Predict-Align-Prevent has done in Little Rock to identify clusters of child maltreatment and the potential community resources in the city that could help prevent and mitigate the risk factors of this maltreatment
Dr. Daley at the UAMS College of Public Health
January 14, 2020
Dyann Daley, MD, presented her maltreatment prevention work on January 14th, 2020 at the public health seminar presented by UAMS College of Public Health
Dyann Daley, M.D. Joins Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Resilience Coalition Steering Committee
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Resilience Coalition invited Dr. Dyann Daley to become a member of the steering committee which provides oversight and direction to the coalition’s work. Dr Daley is proud to be involved in an organization working to prevent and heal the damage caused by ACEs
Gifts for foster kids abound at Capitol as state’s system reports improvements
Legislators, lobbyists, and state government employees brought Christmas presents to the (Arkansas) Capitol for foster kids Tuesday (Dec. 10), two months after the state’s foster care agency released a report showing improvements in the system over the past three years. This feature shared that Predict-Align-Prevent is providing predictive maltreatment prevention insight and services mapping to Little Rock.
Technical Expert Panel (TEP) on Elder Abuse Risk Factors Predictive Analytics
Hosted by WRMA, a TriMetrix Company
December 9th and 10th
Dr. Dyann Daley will present on an expert panel December 9th from 3:00 – 6:00 PM, EDT and December 10th from 9:00 – 12:00 PM, EDT
The 35th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment Organized by Chadwick Center for Children and Families
San Diego, California January 25- 31, 2020
Dr. Dyann Daley will present on Population Level CQI for Child Maltreatment Prevention on January 28, 2020 at the 35th Annual San Diego International Conference on Child and Family Maltreatment, organized by Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Town and Country San Diego, San Diego, California
Rogosin Institute Expert Roundtable
Friday, October 18, 2019, 8:30 to 3:00
in New York
Dr. Dyann Daley will participate in the Rogosin Institute Expert Roundtable on the “Potential Power and Challenges in the Use of Artificial Intelligence (“Big Data”) for Improved Risk Stratification and Management of Kidney Disease” on October 18, 2019 in New York.
The 2019 Arkansas Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Resilience Summit: Building Resilient Communities: Where you live,
work and play!
September 26 - 28, 2019
Dr. Dyann Daley will present Predict-Align-Prevent: Place-based Predictive Analytics in Child Welfare on the 28th at 1pm
Child Fatality Conference, Washington County MD
July 19, 2019
Predict-Align-Prevent: Place-based Predictive Analytics in Child Welfare workshop presented by
Dr. Dyann Daley
Dr. Dyann Daley: Winner in the “AI Entrepreneur” category, Venturebeat’s Women in Artificial Intelligence Awards
On July 12, 2019, Anu Bhardwaj, founder of Women Investing in Women Digital, and Nicole Alexander, SVP and chief innovation expert at Ipsos, announced the winners of VentureBeat’s first-ever Women in AI Awards at the Transform 2019 Diversity in AI reception.
Dr. Dyann Daley to Present at The 21st National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
April 26, 2019
Aligning Community Resources for Prevention: A Geospatial Analysis of Risk and Protective Community Factors
Room: Maryland C
Presenters: Carl Ayers, Virginia Department of Social Services; Dyann Daley, M.D., Predict Align Prevent
Predictive analytics is a growing trend in child welfare. Geospatial analytics is a model that uses location-based data to assess risk prior to a child entering the child welfare system, reflecting the national trend and movement towards early identification and prevention of child abuse. Geospatial analytics uses location-based data to build maps, which have been successful in identifying the geographic locations of future child maltreatment. Community members and stakeholders identify existing services and the gaps in services for the high-risk locations. Engaging a variety of community members and stakeholders redefines the responsibility of protecting children to all community members.
View our Open Source Community Kick-off Online Conference
Predict-Align-Prevent, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and Urban Spatial hosted a kick-off call to launch our new, open source predictive tools to help in the fight against child maltreatment. Combining spatial analytics with cutting edge machine learning techniques, this framework allows communities to explore administrative data and forecast maltreatment risk across space.
This Penn professor’s geospatial tool predicts where child maltreatment will happen
Ken Steif, the director of University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Urban Spatial Analysis program, has been working with Texas nonprofit Predict Align Prevent on a framework that considers privacy and proximity to community resources.
In anticipation of her upcoming conference presentation at Predictive Analytics World Las Vegas, June 16-20, 2019, Dyann Daley MD, Founder and CEO at Predict-Align-Prevent sat down for an interview to discuss her presentation, Finding At-Risk Children with Geospatial Machine Learning.
Read the full interview text here.
Stop Child Abuse Before it Happens with New Open Source Geospatial Machine Learning Tools
Predict-Align-Prevent and Urban Spatial Analysis share an original open source geospatial machine learning framework for the prevention of child abuse and neglect.
Read the release here.
Open Source Community Kick-off: Online Conferences
Predict-Align-Prevent, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and Urban Spatial are excited to release new, open source predictive tools to help in the fight against child maltreatment. Combining spatial analytics with cutting edge machine learning techniques, this framework allows communities to explore administrative data and forecast maltreatment risk across space.
PAP and Urban Spatial look forward to seeing others adopt the open source codebase to replicate this work in communities nationwide. Two online conferences on March 25th and 26th will be hosted to launch the open source community around the software and methods.
For conference call details, click here.
Predict Align Prevent Richmond, Virginia Technical Report
We are excited to announce the release of the Richmond Virginia Technical Report commissioned by the Virginia Department of Social Services.
The report includes analysis and results of the Predict Align Prevent program to date.
To read the report, click here.
New Ethics Review of Predict-Align-Prevent’s Approach to Place-Based Predictive Analytics for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
We are pleased to share an ethics review of the Predict-Align-Prevent Program, conducted by Professor Tim Dare of the The University of Auckland, which identifies the ethical considerations raised by the Predict-Align-Prevent (PAP) Program, and makes recommendations to address or mitigate potential risks.
This ethics analysis was made possible by support from Casey Family Programs.
To read the review, click here.
Please see Dr. Dyann Daley present at Mega-PAW, the world’s largest Predictive Analytics event, June 18-19, 2019 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Dr. Daley will discuss the work of her non-profit Predict Align Prevent and her goal to discover the combination of prevention services, supports, and infrastructure that reliably prevents child abuse and neglect.
PAP Included as Part of the Leadership Team for Child Maltreatment Prevention Planning in Three Colorado Counties
We are proud to be a part of Otero, Bent, and Crowley counties' maltreatment prevention planning leadership team and will provide expertise and advisement throughout the process.
PAP Presentation for the Oregon Office of Reporting, Research, Analytics, and Implementation (ORRAI)
June 22nd, 2021
Brandy Dailey will present PAP's work in Arkansas and New Hampshire for the ORRAI team, focusing on our data analysis methodology.
PAP Participating in Child Welfare Data Analytics Round Table Discussion
June 23 -24, 2021
PAP will be a part of a roundtable event co-sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Casey Family Programs, and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. This virtual event brings together experts from child welfare and economic fields with two objectives:
1. Develop an analytic framework and identify tools to help states address economic risk factors for child maltreatment.
2. Identify steps to develop the data capacity and infrastructure needed to implement the analytic framework.
We are pleased to be a part of shaping such an important structure for our country.