Research Scholar, Regulation and QA Team (Quality Group)
Quality in Social Services
Research scholar, Regulation and QA Team, Quality Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.
Talia Hasin has worked at MJB since 2000. Her main research areas are: evaluation of training programs for senior civil servants, local government officials, and civil society to promote action and cooperation for service improvement; evaluation of leadership development programs; and the construction of QA processes at the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Religious Services.
Over the years, Talia has assisted the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and Services (MOLSA) and the Ministry of Education to construct and upgrade an oversight system for quality improvement of services to specific populations. She has worked with a variety of community and residential service providers for children and youth.
In the past, she was involved in research on services for at-risk children and youth, notably in the area of out-of-home placement. She also participated in evaluation studies on national services and programs, and on the outcomes and impact of MOLSA policy reforms.
Talia holds a BA in Psychology and Literature of the Jewish People, and an MA in Research Psychology, both from Bar-Ilan University. She is currently studying for her PhD in the Interdisciplinary Program for Gender Studies at Bar-Ilan.
She can be contacted at email@example.com or tel. 972-2-655-7450.
The Kaplan Leadership Initiative – Evaluation Report: First Cohort 2018-2019
The evaluation aims to examine the implementation and organization of the program, and the extent to which it achieves its main objectives.
Mapping of Outputs in Residential Facilities of the Service for Children and Youth
The goal of the mapping was to collect extensive and up-to-date data on the outputs provided to residential facility students. This information will serve as a basis for formulating policy and making decisions as part of the reform in the Service for Children and Youth residential facilities.
Implications of the Towards the Community Policy: Changes in Community Services and Integration of Children and Youth Returning from Out-of-Home Care, 2005-2011
In September 2004, the Service for Children and Youth at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Services (MOSAS) began implementing its Towards the Community policy, in order to reduce risk among children and youth. The report presents an analysis of the data accumulated from 2005-2011 in the ongoing follow-up system, which was developed with the assistance of MJB.
At-Risk Children and Youth: Results of the Identification and Mapping Conducted by the National Program for Children and Youth at Risk
The report describes the extent and needs of the children and youth identified in the National Program localities, including demographic characteristics, risk situations and measures of the complexity of their problems.
National Study of Primary and Junior High School Practices to Advance Low-Achieving Students: Final Report
This survey maps the array of activities for low achievers at primary and junior high schools in Israel.
Community-based and Day Residential Facilities: Intervention Strategies and the Status of the Children and Their Parents
The evaluation study examined three main areas: the preparations for establishing the residential facilities; the residential facilities' intervention strategies with parents and children; and how the stay at the residential facilities affects the children and their parents.