Precision Paradigm Briefs
Precision Home Visiting for Coordinated State Evaluation Awardees
Theories of Behavior Change
Mechanisms of Action
Theories of Behavior
Nurse Home Visitor’s Use of the Hableme Bebe App to Support Mother Child Interactions in their Home Language during COVID
Baralt, M., Darcy Mahoney, A., Brito, A., Larson, A. (2022)
A Pilot Study of a Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial Aimed at Reducing Depressive Symptoms among Home Visiting Clients
Tandon, D., Hamil, J., Barrear, A. (2022)
Equalizing the Playing Field: Home Visiting’s Role in Linking Families to Economic Supports
Daro, D., Rockwell, T., Madariaga, P., West, A. (2022)
Father Engagement in Home Visiting: Lessons from Massachusetts
Singhal, N., Fauth, R., Greenstone, J., Goldberg, J., Easterbrooks MA. (2022)
Development of a Trauma-Informed Approach in Home Visiting
Folger, A., Ammerman, R., Nidey, N., Frey, J. (2022)
COVID-19’s Continued Impact on Home Visiting
O’Neill K, Burrell L, Chute D, Korfmacher J, Duggan A (2021)
Virtually the Same? Virtual Home Visiting in Response to COVID-19
Korfmacher J, Molloy P, Frese M (2021)
“But it’s not the same” What Happens in Virtual Home Visits?
Korfmacher J, Molloy P, Frese M (2021)
COVID-19’s Early Impact on Home Visiting
O’Neill K, Korfmacher J., Zagaja, C., & Duggan, A. (2020).
Group Parent Support in Home Visiting Programs
Korfmacher, J., Jacobsen, H., Harles, R., Gonzalez del Riego, C. (2019).
The Importance of Participatory Approaches in Precision Home Visiting Research.
The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative. (2022).
Introduction to Precision Home Visiting.
The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative. (2018).
Coordination between Home Visiting Programs and Medical Homes
Belknap, A., O’Neill, K., Paradis, H., & Minkovitz, C. (2015).
Home Visiting Program Readiness to Serve Military Families with Very Young Children
Ross, A., Belknap, A., O’Neill, K., Landsverk, J. (2015).
Parent Engagement During Home Visits: Learning from Home Visitor Experiences and Perspectives
Sparr, M., Korfmacher, J. (2015).
Peer Reviewed Publications
Changing the home visiting research paradigm: models’ perspectives on behavioral pathways and intervention techniques to promote good birth outcomes.
Duggan, A.K., Bower, K.M., Zagaja, C., O’Neill, K., Daro, D., Harding, K., Ingalls, A., Kemner, A., Marchesseault, C., & Thorland, W. (2021). Accepted at BMC Public Health. Preprint available at: https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-154026/v1.
The road to equity is paved with more than good intentions: building an effective early childhood system.
Minkovitz, C.S. (2021). Academic Pediatrics, 21(2), 223-224. https//doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2020.11.012
Warm handoffs for improving client receipt of services: a systematic review.
Taylor, R.M., & Minkovitz, C.S. (2021). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 25(4), 528-541. https//doi.org/10.1007/s10995-020-03057-4
Service coordination to address maternal mental health, partner violence, and substance use: findings from a national survey of home visiting programs.
West, A., Duggan, A., Gruss, K., & Minkovitz, C. (2021). Prevention Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-021-01232-9
The role of open science practices in scaling evidence-based prevention programs.
Supplee, L.H., Ammerman, R.T., Duggan, A., List, J.A., & Suskind, D. (2021). Prevention Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-021-01322-8
Innovative research methods to advance precision in home visiting for more efficient and effective programs.
Supplee, L.H., & Duggan, A. (2019). Child Development Perspectives, 13(3), 173-179. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdep.12334
The role of state context in promoting service coordination in maternal, infant, and early childhood home visiting programs.
West, A., Duggan, A.K., Gruss, K., & Minkovitz, C.S. (2020). Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 26(1), E9-E18. https://doi.org/10.1097/PHH.0000000000000907
Creating a measurement framework for service coordination in maternal and early childhood home visiting: An evidence-informed, expert process.
West, A., Duggan, A.K., Gruss, K., Minkovitz, C.S. (2018). Children and Youth Services Review, 89(2018), 289-297. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.04.037
Coordination of early childhood home visiting and health care providers.
Paradis, H., Belknap, A., O’Neill, K., Baggett, S., and Minkovitz, C. (2018). Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 202-210. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.
Home visiting: a service strategy to reduce poverty and mitigate its consequences.
Minkovitz, C.S., O’Neill, K.M.G., & Duggan, A.K. (2016). Academic Pediatrics, 16(3S), S105-S111. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acap.2016.01.005
Home visiting narrative: rewrite is in progress. Letter to the editor.
Minkovitz, C.S., O’Neill, K.M.G., & Duggan, A.K. (2014). JAMA Pediatrics, 168(6), 584-585. https://doi.org/10.1001/jamapediatrics.2014.34
Creating a national home visiting research network.
Duggan A., Minkovitz, C., Chaffin, M., Korfmacher, J., Brooks-Gunn, J., Crowne, S., & Harwood, R. (2013). Pediatrics, 132(S2), S82-S89. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2013-1021F
Korfmacher J, Duggan A, O’Neill K. New directions in home visiting research: The precision paradigm. In: Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Peters RDeV, eds. Spiker D, Gaylor E, topic eds. Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development [online]. https://www.child-encyclopedia.com/home-visiting/according-experts/new-directions-home-visiting-research-precision-paradigm. Published: January 2022. Accessed 26 January 2022.
“Innovation Toward Precision Home Visiting”
Plenary Session presented at the Eighth National Summit on Quality in Home Visiting Programs. The session featured Anne Duggan, Brenda Jones Harden, Allison Kemner and Kathy Pillow-Price.
2018 Methods Meeting
The HARC Methods Meeting brought together national methods experts and home visiting experts to consider how innovative methods can be used to achieve precision home visiting. The meeting was designed to be an efficient way for attendees to learn about innovative research methods to advance precision home visiting, to consider how what is learned might be used in future work, and to connect with others whose work is helping to shape the field.
All meeting presentations can be viewed here.