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2018 Collaborative Science of Home Visiting

HARC held its third annual Collaborative Science of Home Visiting Meeting in Washington, DC on January 31st, 2018. Slides for the breakout sessions are posted below. Mark your calendars for next year’s meeting, to be held on January 30th. We’ll post more information as it becomes available. We hope to see you there!

Session A: Home Visiting Workforce Development 

Family life Education Training for Early Head Start Home Visitors

Bridget Walsh, University of Nevada, Reno

Understanding and Improving Supervision through Observation

Allison West, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Christopher Watson, University of Minnesota

Maximizing Impact Through Intentional Collaboration: Implications for Home Visiting Programs

Marcia Hughes, University of Hartford

 

Session B: Variation of Effectiveness Across Subgroups 

A Review of Variation in Home Visiting Effectiveness Across Families (available upon request)

Julie Leis, James Bell Associates

Toward Trauma-Informed Home Visiting: Addressing Depression and Social Support

Robert Ammerman and Ted Folger, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

 

Session C: Epigenetics and Home Visiting

Introduction

 Ron Seifer, Brown University

Epigenetics and Infant Social-Emotional Development: A Home Visiting Population (available upon request)

Ted Folger, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Epigenetic Processes Over Time Among Children with Early Adversity: Implications for Home Visiting Research

Stephanie Parade, Brown University

Intervention and Policy Implications for Behavioral Epigenetics Research

Elisabeth Conradt, University of Utah

 

Session D: Coordination and Home Visiting: Moving Toward Precision 

Coordination and Home Visiting: Moving Toward Precision  (available upon request)

Cynthia Minkovitz, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Opportunities for System Integration to Promote Maternal-Child Health Through Service Coordination

Katherine Kellom, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Continuous Quality Improvement and Central Intake: Enhancing Family Engagement in Home Visiting

Anne Lilly, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Presentations from past meetings can be found here (2015) and here (2016).